I toured the tavern the year of the 225th big blowout celebration of the revolution. At that time, I was told to join the tour in the room past the taproom as a tour had basically just started. The woman told me to stay behind at tour’s end so I would be able to learn the history of the taproom before I left. I wish I could remember all the expressions in English the tour guide explained using the taproom.
while I was trying to listen to the story of the taproom, I felt a persistent “pull” turning me to look back in the area of the secretary in the room just past the front doorway. I had been the last person out of that room. We proceeded to the entryway where the tour guide showed us the bullet hole(s) in the door from that fateful day. Someone asked if the upstairs was open to the public; she explained no. That same person inquired whether there was a ghost in residence. She said there was but would not go into further detail presumably due to tour duties as they were very busy that day.
Getting back to that “pull,” like I said I was the last person out of that room. The rest of the members in my group (we were all diverse; unknown to each other) left through the taproom and I remained as instructed. While listening to the new guide, I kept “feeling the need” to look back at the secretary near the window. Upon leaving the room, the chair had been placed in front as if waiting for someone to come by and sit down to write a letter. When I looked back the 2nd or 3rd time, the chair had been pulled out as if someone had backed the chair out and got up and out to the right. There was no one in that room as the tour hadn’t left the taproom!!
Since that time I have tried to find information about any possible ghosts at the tavern. I have not been able to find anything. I felt a very strong “green” presence. Perhaps a green dress, a woman named Green(e).
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