The Haunted Pub & Inn That’s Been Around Since Before Cleveland Was Even A City
By Nikki Rhoades|Published April 09, 2019
Nikki is a lifelong Ohioan with a love for literature. She holds a Bachelor's Degree from the University of Akron and has enjoyed publishing her written work since 2007. She has a love of travel and does so frequently, though she believes that home is where the heart is — she continues to work in and around Cleveland as a digital content specialist to this day, working on everything from commercial scripts and social media posts to grassroots marketing initiatives.
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Cleveland has a lengthy and fascinating history. It’s not as far-reaching as many American cities, but Cleveland was founded in 1796 and has thrived ever since. Our now-bustling city was once rural and quaint, and many of the area’s earliest buildings managed to survive the encroachment of urbanization. Nearby in Lake County, historic structures still sit along the route of a forgotten stagecoach trail that linked Cleveland to New York. One such stagecoach stop is said to be haunted, and you can spend the night… if you dare.