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Stone’s Public House in #Ashland,…

Stone’s Public House in #Ashland, #Massachusetts:

#Stone’s #Public #House in Ashland, Massachusetts was constructed by a man named #John #Stone in 1832 as a #hotel and rest stop for #railroad travelers. Over the years, the building became disused and fell into a state of disrepair, but in 1976 it was remodeled and reopened as an #Irish #pub and #restaurant which came to be known as Stone’s Public House. Shortly after reopening, employees at #Stone’s #Public #House began to report experiencing a variety of #paranormal #activity, such as lights turning on and off by themselves, and doors unexpectedly flying open or slamming shut. Others report witnessing objects such as plates and glasses being thrown across the room by an unseen #entity, and some report feeling as if being touched by invisible hands. In 1984 an article was published detailing the strange occurrences at #Stone’s #Public #House, giving it a reputation among locals of being #haunted. #Paranormal #investigators at Stone’s Public House estimate that at least seven distinct #spirits #haunt the location, including the #ghost of #John #Stone and several other men, who were allegedly involved in a #murder #conspiracy, and whose #spirits remain to make sure their crimes are never discovered. Another #spirit said to #haunt this location is that of a young girl who was hit by a #train nearby, as well as the #spirit of a man named #Burt #Phillips, who passed away in the house sometime during the 1890’s. #Stone’s #Public #House was featured on the popular television show, #GhostHunters in 2004, where cast members recorded several unexplained #paranormal events, including audio recordings of a disembodied voice.

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Source: Ghost Quest USA

by cnkguy
Stone’s Public House in #Ashland,…

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