Quechee VT is home to one of the most haunted places in the state, Quechee Inn at Marshland Farm. Come explore its mystery with Haunted Journeys.
The inn was built in 1793 to be the private home of Colonel Joseph Marsh, his wife, Dorothy, and their children. He was Vermont's first Lieutenant Governor. He operated it as a self-sufficient farm, growing wheat, corn, and used the timber from lumber and potash to make soap. He lived there with his wife Jane until they both passed.
When Colonel Marsh died, the farm and home were left to Daniel Marsh and family. The Marsh Family owned the farm until 1845 when Judge John Porter and his wife, Jane, purchased it. The Honorable John Porter died in 1886 and his wife in 1900. Throughout the years, it has also operated as a dairy farm.
In 1975 it was converted to an inn, where it still serves the lovers of historical get-aways.
Witnesses believe it is Jane 's ghost who lingers the inn. Jane's parlor and study used to be where Rooms 1-6 are now located. Here folks have heard soft disembodied footsteps walking on the floor above them. The trouble is, there is only storage up there. Jane's apparition has been spotted coming from the dining room into the main hallway as well. Her presence has also been felt in the dining area.
There is a male entity as well. Unexplained whistling has been heard in the bar area. The phantom of Patrick Marsh is a bit mischievous. He likes to hide people's belongings and return them later. He has also been blamed for messing with the lights and televisions.
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