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The Blue Door Bed and Breakfast - Middleton MA Haunted Place

  • 20 East St.
  • Middleton, MA
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There have been a number of ghosts who are rumored to haunt this building that was built in 1692. One of the ghosts is said to be the builder, Philip Knight and another is Rebecca Towne, who is seen wearing a blue dress while floating through the dining room. A third spirit that lingers the premises is Captain Henry Quiver, who died here in the 1850s.

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  • What’s Upstairs?

    Before I knew I was mediumistic I visited and met some lovely owners! There was a room upstairs that I could not enter! Would love to go back for a chat now that I’ve studied at Lilydale and w James Van Praagh! Or maybe NOT?

    Posted 4/10/24

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  • Went awhile back

    Visited this place quite a few years back. Couldn't enter one upstairs room.I'm a medium. Lady was so nice! I believe the daughter now owns it? Not sure if I would stay there. Near the real Old Salem Village. Tyffenwykket

    Posted 5/18/20

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    2 out of 2 found this review helpful

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