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Roycroft Inn - East Aurora NY Real Haunted Places

  • 40 S Grove St
  • East Aurora, NY
  • 716-652-5552
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The Roycroft Inn was founded in 1905 by Elbert Hubbard who wished to create a hotel for artisans and visitors looking to support the local arts. The Inn is still open, but Hubbard died ten years later when he was onboard the Lusitania, a ship that was sunk by German forces in 1915. Hubbard’s ghost is said to still roam the Roycroft, causing people to see apparitions or hear footsteps and voices.
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  • Elbert Hubbard Still There

    While I've never experienced anything out of the ordinary there, I have it from good authority that Elbert Hubbard is still roaming about his beloved Roycroft campus, including the Inn. Even after going there periodically over the past nearly three decades, I always feel it's a very special place.

    Posted 1/28/24

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