Unsolved Mysteries (GHOSTS!) General Wayne's Inn

Brief history: Numerous ghosts have been experienced and apparitions seen in this inn that had been in continuous operation since 1704. Originally called The Wayside Inn, it was renamed in 1797 after the Revolutionary War, and it has been visited by such notables of the time as George Washington and LaFayette. Many other famous guest have stayed there, including Edgar Allen Poe, who wrote part of his famous poem The Raven there. In 1996 owner Guy Sileo murdered co-owner James Webb on the third floor of the building on the day after Christmas in a dispute over finances. But it might have been Silio's mistress, Felicia, who killed Webb because he disapproved of the affair. Felicia later committed suicide.

Comment by Larry on May 23, 2012 at 12:20pm

I remember watching this. It seems for real. Good video.

Comment by Mike on June 2, 2012 at 1:54pm

I concur with Larry...Good video...

Comment by Scott on June 7, 2012 at 1:23am



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