The General Lafayette Inn
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The General Lafayette Inn

Though the namesake Marquis de Lafayette managed an escape from the British here during the Revolutionary War, not all of those who've visited this 1732 Inn in Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania, have chosen to leave. Two waitresses were closing the General Lafayette Inn and Brewery one night when a chair they were attempting to move refused to budge. The more the waitresses pushed, the more it felt like someone was stubbornly sitting in the chair—that is, until the manager came and lifted it as if it were light as a feather. Slamming doors, rattling doorknobs, ethereal footsteps, chairs spinning on one leg, and several ghostly appearances have lured paranormal investigators to the Inn to confirm it haunted. The Inn is open seven days a week for dinner and lunch, and the staff is more than willing to share their eerie tales.
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