Blue Coat Inn


Dover, Delaware

BUILT: c. 1770s
OPERATION TIME: c. 1770s to Present
STATUS: Open

History

The Blue Coat Inn is believed to have been built some time during the 1770s. The inn is haunted by two men from the Revolutionary War; one of them, an elderly man, is thought to be Colonel John Haslett, while the other is a drummer boy under his command.


Sources

  1. Forgotten USA. “Blue Coat Inn,” www.ForgottenUSA.com

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