York County, PA is home to one of the most haunted eateries in the state, Accomac Inn. Come explore its spooky menu and other offerings with Haunted Journeys.
The Accomac Inn, a restaurant and dance hall, is known by its operators and staff for having two ghosts. A young man named John Coyle Jr. fell for a lady named Emily Myers, and when she rejected his advances, he became frustrated and shot her with a pistol about 50 feet north of the Inn. John was later tried and convicted of the crime. He was hanged in Gettysburg, and his mother claimed his body, which was buried about 50 feet south of the Inn, and his grave was marked with a stone marker. Both John and Emily are famed to roam the spaces of the restaurant.
Over the years, many guests and employees have stated that they have seen and heard John “up and around.”
Yearly, the restaurant offers a ghost dinner accounting the haunted history of The Accomac Inn.
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