There’s a little bit more to the ski town of Stowe, Vermont than just stunning mountains and frequent snowfall. In fact, it might be one of the most haunted small towns in Vermont. Stowe has at least three haunted locations where visitors have experienced unexplained paranormal activities. The Brass Lantern Inn, Emily’s Bridge, and the Green Mountain Inn are all places said to be home to ghosts. Grab your flashlight and get ready for the spooky stories that accompany these haunted locations in Stowe.

Visit the official tourism site to plan your spooky trip to Stowe, Vermont.

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While you’re in Stowe, be sure to check out the historic Trapp Family Lodge.

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What is the weather like in Vermont in the fall? 

Fall foliage in Vermont is something that residents and visitors wait for all year. The gorgeous hues of red, green, yellow, and orange throughout the state’s trees among its natural features brings people from near and far. And it doesn’t hurt that the weather is pretty great too. The average temperature as fall begins is in the high 50s to 60s, with falling numbers as winter gets closer. It’s always good practice to layer during the fall in Vermont as you never know what sort of weather you could come across.

Are there any ghost towns in Vermont?

Like just about any other state if you look hard enough, there are some ghost towns in Vermont. In Bennington County, there is Glastenbury. Established in 1761, there were about 250 people living here in 1880. There were also several stores and shops within the community. But in 1898, a flood devastated the town and its inhabitants moved out, looking for better opportunities elsewhere. Today, what remains of this settlement is mostly sinister stories and mysteries, such as disappearances and Big Foot sightings.

What is Vermont known for?

Among the long list of things that Vermont is known for includes two delicious dairy treats. First, there’s Cabot Cheese. That’s right, one of the most popular cheese brands in the U.S. is located right in Vermont. The creamery produces about 38 to 40 million pounds of cheese per year. You can even tour the facility. Then there’s Ben & Jerry’s. Back in 1978, the duo began their ice cream business right in Burlington. The company takes in about $450 million a year in profits and has a factory in Waterbury that you can visit. And of course, don’t forget about maple syrup, covered bridges, ski resorts, breweries, and a whole lot more that Vermont is known for.

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