Haunted places in the Delaware Valley in the Yardley, Bucks County PA area

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1690 Newtown-Langhorne Rd., Newtown, PA 18940 (map it)
215-579-6500
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The Tate House, part of the George School campus, was built in 1756 by Anthony Tate. During the Revolutionary War, his son (Dr. James Tate) was a physician and army officer. To keep his surgical skills in good form, Dr. Tate would practice by dissecting Show more... cadavers. On one occasion, he dug up the body of a Hessian soldier and brought the cadaver back to his home laboratory for dissection. Once he was done, he buried the remains of the soldier in a shallow grave dug into the floor of his basement. According to legend, every time one walks over the grave with a lighted candle or flashlight, the flame will blow out or the light will go off. Former owners have complained of not being able to keep the pilot light of water heaters lit. ...Show less
5408 Neshaminy Valley Road, Bensalem, PA 19020 (map it)

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Growden Mansion is named for the family who once owned three quarters of all the land in what is now Bensalem Township. Joseph built a home in the 1680's which was later expanded upon by his son, Lawrence, about 1730. This home was called "Trevose" or Show more... "The Manor of Bensalem". People have claimed to see Ben Franklin flying his kite during thunderstorms, as well as sounds of the Revolutionary War. ...Show less
1324 River Road, New Hope, PA 18938 (map it)
888-866-8404
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Spirit sighting have been reported at the Pineapple Hill Inn built in 1780. A female spirit of an elderly woman who died from complications of consumption in the two room attic suite. Guests have reported hearing this ghost operating her spinning wheel Show more... in the early morning hours or have seen an elderly woman looking out the attic window. The spirit of John Scott, the original homeowner, has been reported to wake up women who stay in the original second floor bedrooms and the attic suite, with a kiss on the cheek. ...Show less
80 West Bridge Street, New Hope, PA 18938 (map it)
215-862-2343
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The Aaron Burr House Bed and Breakfast takes its name from the third Vice President of the United States. After Aaron Burr's infamous and fatal pistol duel with Alexander Hamilton in 1804, Burr escaped to New Hope for safe haven. The inn's stone foundation Show more... is all that remains of the pre-Revolutionary War era home where Burr is said to have hid for over a week. Aaron Burr likes to visit the inn - his apparition has been seen walking up the staircase and through the second floor. Sometimes, Aaron Burr's ghost will tug on the clothes of guests he particularly likes to prevent them from leaving the inn. ...Show less
10 West Ferry Street, New Hope, PA 18938 (map it)
215-862-2300
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At least eight ghosts have been reported at the Logan Inn. Many of the sightings have occurred in Room Number 6 or Emily's room, including seeing a man or two children in the bathroom mirror; feeling a pressure on the chest in the middle of the night; Show more... seeing a white misty shape moving in the room; hearing crying; having pillows pulled from beneath guests' heads. In the lobby, a picture of a couple has been known to give off a lavender scent. Ghosts of soldiers have been seen near the steps of the men's room, hallways, guest rooms and cellar. Finally, a ghost of a little girl who fell off a nearby bridge and drowned has been seen in the parking lot. ...Show less
2 Stockton Avenue, New Hope, PA 18938 (map it)
215-862-9606
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The New Hope Arts Center used to be the home of the S. J. Gerenser Theater; the foundation of the building dates back to before the Revolutionary War. When S.J. Gerenser owned the theater building, he reported that there were spirit entities in the building. Show more... These ghosts would take objects and after a long time the objects were often found in unusual locations. These spirits have been responsible for lights turning on and off at will, doors opening and closing by themselves, and unexplained footsteps. One ghost, dubbed, The Tripping Ghost, would push, pull, or hold onto the ankles of people who were climbing a ladder, sometimes causing them to fall. ...Show less
Main & Ferry Street, New Hope, PA 18938 (map it)
215-343-5564
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Follow a lantern-led "walk" along picturesque streets where you'll learn about the doings of such places as the towpath itself; or see the phantom Hitchhiker who may pass you in the moonlight; or see the historic inn where Aaron Burr appears from time Show more... to time and stares with sightless eyes... plus new exciting stories have been added to the Tour. Our tours were founded and designed by Author Adi-Kent Thomas Jeffrey, who penned "Ghosts in the Valley", "More Ghosts in the Valley" and "Haunted Village and Valley". Tours meet weekly at Main and Ferry Streets in New Hope, PA from June through the third weekend in November; tours meet every Saturday night. During September and October only, tours meet every Friday and Saturday night, including Halloween night, October 31st. ALL PUBLIC TOURS BEGIN PROMPTLY AT 8 p.m. AND ARE $10.00 PER PERSON. No reservations are required for our public tours which run rain or shine. Tour guests are advised to wear sensible walking shoes and should be careful of the area's uneven paving. In Autumn, guests may want to bring a flashlight. ...Show less
111 W Bridge Street, New Hope, PA 18938 (map it)
215-862-2520
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Colonel Buckley and Mr. Black haunt this inn. Look for the light from the Colonels lantern bobbing through the halls.
74 South Union Street, Lambertville, NJ 08530 (map it)
609-397-9555
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The Show more... in the early 1860's. ...Show less
2590 River Road, New Hope, PA 18938 (map it)
215-862-2984
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A female former owner of the inn has been seen all over the house, including the second floor hallway, and sitting in a rocking chair on the second floor. She sometimes wears a high-necked, white blouse, black skirt, and sturdy, leather boots, and has Show more... her hair pinned on top of her head. She has a habit of brushing past people who are standing on the stairs; when she does this, people feel a cool mass that pushes them gently to one side. ...Show less

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