25 Haunted New England inns
A visit by paranormal experts confirmed what inn proprietors and former sea captains Ellen and Ken Barnes have been told by guests for years. The presence of the inn's namesake, Captain George Lindsey, can be strongly felt in the living room, pictured above, especially around a certain chair. The experts added that the Captain told them he shared the inn he opened in 1835 with 35 other spirits, including another former owner, T. B. Severence, who bought it from George Lindsey in 1857, and two young children eternally waiting for their parents to pick them up.
In Captain Lindsey's time, the inn and its lively tavern were popular places for locals to gather and discuss Rockland's political life, so it's no surprise some of its patrons still haunt the inn to continue enjoying the fun.