New Hope, PA is home to one of the most haunted places the world, Aaron Burr House Come explore its mystery with Haunted Journeys.
Built in 1873 upon the foundation of an older, pre-Revolutionary War era home, that perhaps fell into a horrible disrepaired condition, or perhaps destroyed by a fire. The former property was said to have been owned by very close friends of Aaron Burr, and even once housed the Vice President for a week after he was on the run following his famous 1804 duel with Alexander Hamilton.
The bed and breakfast is also rumored to be haunted by Aaron Burr. He’s been spotted roaming the house, peering around corners. Mr. Burr prefers the second floor and its staircase. Sometimes folks will feel his disembodied tugs on their clothes, attempting to stop guests from leaving. Guests are advised to say gently, "Mr. Burr, please let me leave." and the tugging will stop. People have also claimed they have even seen his specter around town, anxiously watching his back as if he’s being followed.
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