Salem, MA is home to one of the most haunted places in the state, Salem Inn. Come Explore its mystery with Haunted Journeys.
If you ask the owners of the Salem Inn how haunted is their inn, they will deny all the testimonies and evidence that has been published abut the ghosts of this historic inn. Regardless, the public disregard their opinions and attempt to disprove them ... if only because they are in one of the most haunted cities in the world... Salem.
Many have "proved" or at least can claim that there are no less than three spooks are thought to be found at this haunted inn. The first is identified as a woman, lovingly called Katherine by the staff. The second spirit is a little boy who can be heard running up and down the stairs and through the halls. Lastly, a specter of a cat haunts the parlor.
If you want to select a room that claims to have escalated activity, you best pick is Room 17. Witnesses have claimed to hearing strange noises within it.
Whether you wish to tumble upon an ghostly entity, this inn offers a supplement of historic ambiance and incredible detailed architecture with vintage appointments.
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