House: Fiddler’s Hall


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Location: Lewes, Delaware, USA
Built: Unknown
Status: Still standing

History

During the late 1800s, two men were courting the same woman, leading to a bitter feud between them. One night, one of the men decided to scare the other late at night. He hid in a tree, armed with his fiddle, and played frightening noises on it to terrify the other suitor as he walked on the path by the house. While the prank did work, the fiddler met his fate after he slipped from the tree and broke his neck. Today, the sounds of phantom fiddling can be heard.

Sources

  • Haunted Places: The National Directory by Dennis William Hauck
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