New Hope, PA is home to one of the most haunted places the state, 1833 Umpleby House Come explore its mystery with Haunted Journeys.
The stately Bucks County home was built in 1833 by William Umpleby, New Hope's prominent mill owner. He built the current structure on top of a pre-Revolutionary War era foundation. The original structure served as a headquarters house for 6 years for General Washington's Continental Army and its surrounding acreage served as a bivouac site for over 1200 men for 10 days just prior to Washington's famous crossing of the Delaware River on Christmas Eve, 1766. it was purchased and converted to a B&B by the current owners in 1985.
The spirits of the previous mill operators, Colonel Buckley and Mr. Black are said to still be on the premise. There are stories of folks witnessing the light from the Colonel’s lantern bobbing through the halls of the property and reports of Colonel Buckley and Mr Black being seen and heard on the property. Please select tag below to see more like this listing!
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