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Haunted PA: King George II Inn, Bristol. Opened in the late 1600s, the King George II Inn is the longest continuously running inn in the country. It is then no surprise that ghostly encounters of the most traditional type are commonly experienced here-- silverware moves on its own, doors open and close on their own, paintings fly off the walls, and a mysterious man in a top hat and tails occasionally appears in the hallways.

15 Terrifying Places in Pennsylvania That Will Keep You Awake Tonight

Haunted PA: King George II Inn, Bristol. Opened in the late 1600s, the King George II Inn is the longest continuously running inn in the country. It is then no surprise that ghostly encounters of the most traditional type are commonly experienced here-- silverware moves on its own, doors open and close on their own, paintings fly off the walls, and a mysterious man in a top hat and tails occasionally appears in the hallways.

Hershey Park, Hershey   Two grisly deaths occurred on the roller coasters-- they are rumored to be haunted. Sometimes, the carousel turns on by itself in the earliest morning hours.

15 Terrifying Places in Pennsylvania That Will Keep You Awake Tonight

Hershey Park, Hershey Two grisly deaths occurred on the roller coasters-- they are rumored to be haunted. Sometimes, the carousel turns on by itself in the earliest morning hours.

Mishler Theatre in Altoona Pennsylvania is said to be haunted by Isaac Mishler, a howling dog, and a woman that creates mischief in the restroom.

Mishler Theatre in Altoona Pennsylvania is said to be haunted by Isaac Mishler, a howling dog, and a woman that creates mischief in the restroom.

Haunted PA: Devil's Den, Gettysburg. Many ghosts have been reported at Devil's Den, a rocky area on the Gettysburg battlefield. The most common is a Texan wearing a floppy hat who always points toward Plum Run and tells visitors, "What you're looking for is over there."

15 Terrifying Places in Pennsylvania That Will Keep You Awake Tonight

Haunted PA: Devil's Den, Gettysburg. Many ghosts have been reported at Devil's Den, a rocky area on the Gettysburg battlefield. The most common is a Texan wearing a floppy hat who always points toward Plum Run and tells visitors, "What you're looking for is over there."

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