Haunted Vermont Hotels and Inns
Brass Lantern Inn
If you hear some loud fellow guests, but there's no one staying anywhere nearby, then you will have experienced what many guests of the Brass Lantern Inn in Stowe, Vermont, report.
Mary Todd Lincoln and her children spent two summers at this historic Manchester Village, Vermont, hotel and had planned to return until the family tragedy of Abraham Lincoln's assassination. Does her ghost still roam the third floor? You never know.
The Golden Stage Inn
Two spirits are rumored to inhabit this haunted inn in Cavendish, Vermont: one male and one female.
The Green Mountain Inn
The ghost at the Green Mountain Inn in Stowe, Vermont, is Boots Berry, a tap dancer and local hero who can still be heard tap dancing on the third floor of the hotel during severe winter storms.
The White House Inn of Wilmington
The White House was built as a private summer home in 1915 for a wealthy lumber baron, Martin Brown, and Mrs. Martin Brown is still around.