Bull's Head Inn - Cobleskill NY Real Haunts
The Bull’s Head Inn was established in 1802, and has undergone a number of ownership changes over the centuries, alternating between an active inn and a private residence. Having recently renewed operations as a restaurant, it can once more be visited by ghost hunters hoping to catch a glimpse of one of its deceases residents, Mrs. John Stacy. Stacy has been seen wearing a white gown in the first floor dining room by guests, and flinging napkins and silverware by bartenders. She is believed to have been active in the Women’s Christian Temperance Union, and has been more active since the Inn obtained its liquor license.
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