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There is only one photograph and a few words mentioned about Henryton Hospital in any of the Carroll Country Public Library's and no accounts in any-of the Sykesville history manuscripts. In spite of the lack of documented on fact information, the haunting of Henryton Hospital is well known. Henryton is included on various websites, and labeled as a haunted locality in Maryland. Various web... [Read more]

8020 Baltimore National Pike, Ellicott City, Maryland 21043, United States.
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Lilburn is one of the most beautiful homes in the town of Ellicott City, Maryland and it is also the most notorious of the town's haunted residences. The unexplained happenings here have given rise to ghost stories that date back more than a century.. and they still continue today. Lilburn was built in 1857 by Henry Richard Hazelhurst, a prosperous business owner who would go on to make a fortun... [Read more]

3886 College Avenue, Ellicott City, Maryland 21043, United States.
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The stories are many, from the "goat boy" sightings, the severed hand that was left after a terrible accident to the most prominent one that details a story of a young unmarried teen-aged girl that became pregnant. Afraid to tell her parents, the girl took her newborn baby and dropped it over the side of the bridge. Realizing what she had done, the girl jumped from the bridge and fell to her own d... [Read more]

17800 Governors Bridge Road, Bowie, Maryland 20716, United States.
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Built on June 7, 1944 by the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Kittery, Maine, the U.S.S. Torsk was launched on September 6, 1944 and commissioned on December 16th of the same year. The U.S.S. Torsk has the distinction of firing the last torpedo and sinking the last Japanese combatant ships of World War II on August 13 of 1945, as the “Cease fire” order went out to all U.S. forces on August 15. In 196... [Read more]

501 Pratt Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21202, .
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The Lord Baltimore hotel was designed by William Lee Stoddard and it officially opened on the 30th of December 1928. At the time of its construction, the hotel was the largest hotel in the state of Maryland. It is made with brick veneer over steel frame. The mansard roof, which has turned green with age, can still be seen today. Lord Baltimore hotel was the brainchild of Harry Busick. After his d... [Read more]

20 West Baltimore Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21201, United States.
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DESCRIPTION: Middleton Tavern is in a 1740 Georgian building which originally was a private residence. The Georgian style of architecture was named in honor of the "four British kings named George, who reigned from 1714 to 1830." It is a 3 story, solidly built brick structure which has a "simple, balanced appearance," giving an impression of "order and stability," being true to the Georgian sty... [Read more]

2 Market Space, Annapolis, Maryland 21401, United States.
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Picture Fell's Point, in Baltimore, Maryland, as it was, a rowdy seaport town, the birthplace of the sleek and dangerous clipper ship. Its streets full of sailors from foreign lands spilling off ships, immigrants anxious to start a new life, ladies of the night looking to make ends meet, and all the characters looking to make a living off the maritime industry. Given this explosive combination, is... [Read more]

731 South Broadway, Baltimore, Maryland 21231, United States.
(410) 357-1186
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Experience the spirits in the haunted and historic town of Ellicott City. Walk the streets nestled in granite walls and learn about the town where more ghosts are in residence than people!

3691 Sarah's Ln, Ellicott City, Maryland 21043, United States.
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The Haunted Henryton State Hospital
The Ghost of Lilburn
Governor’s Bridge
U.S.S. Torsk
Lord Baltimore Hotel
Middleton Tavern
Fell's Point Ghost Tours
Dead of Night Ghost Tour


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