Wilmington is a small community of about 2,500 residents in Windham County, Vermont.
The White House Inn Information:
The White House Inn was built in 1915 as a summer home for Martin Brown, a lumber baron in the Wilmington area. It is situated at the crest of a hill, with views from every room.
Ghosts and the Paranormal at the White House Inn in Wilmington, Vermont:
Mrs. Martin Brown is said to haunt the White House Inn. Guests and staff have reported strange phenomena including apparitions, cold spots, and doors that open and close without explanation.
One guest at the White House Inn claimed that the apparition of an old woman came into her room in the middle of the night and seated herself in a chair by the bed. The ghostly woman said, “One Mrs. Brown in this room is quite enough!” The guests name happened to be Mrs. Brown as well.
The apparition of a housekeeper has also been reported at the White House Inn in Wilmington, Vermont.
Ghost hunting and seances are special events that take place over Halloween weekend at the White House in Wilmington.
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The White House Inn (2010). About the Inn. Retrieved May 24, 2011 from http://www.whitehouseinn.com/about.html