25 Haunted New England inns
Paranormal experts didn't make it all the way up the front walk of the Berry Manor Inn before they spotted some friendly spirits peering through the Inn's big picture windows. The experts described three older ladies outfitted for high tea in the 1900s. Inn owner Cheryl Michaelsen reportedly said that most guests don't see defined ghosts, rather they just sense a benevolent presence. The spirits frequent the rooms in the inn that guests also gravitate toward, including the library, drawing room, and front porch.
Four generations of the Berry family have occupied the house. Though that's certainly enough time for a family to develop some skeletons in the closet, or more literally, spirits on the porch, Michaelson said she and her husband aren't sure who the members of their ghostly tea clutch were in life.
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