Fiddler’s Hall


Generic placeholder image of a haunted house with text that reads "Fiddler's Hall"

Lewes, Delaware

BUILT: Unknown
STATUS: Still standing

History

In the late 19th century, two men were engaged in a bitter feud after they began courting the same woman. One man decided to scare the other late at night, hiding in a tree and armed with a fiddle. When the other suitor walked up the path to the house, the man in the tree started to play frightening noises on his instrument. While the prank was indeed successful, the fiddler met his fate after slipping from the tree and breaking his neck. Today, sounds of his phantom fiddling can be heard in the area.


Sources

  1. Hauck, Dennis William. Haunted Places: The National Directory

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