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The Lake House

The Lake House was

built as a tavern in 1847

by Charles Saylor. Intended to serve as a

stop over for stage coach

riders being midway

between Wilkes-Barre and Easton, PA.

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The establishment

overlooked Saylor's Lake,

a popular religious retreat...

Locals quickly linked the Lake House with evil after the

beating death of one of the original owners.

An expansion saw hotel rooms buitl on top of the exisiting structure, encasing the original building beneath it. Many saw this as a way of locking in the evil.

Present day visitors can look through a hole in the attic floor to see the original rooftop and siding of the original tavern buried beneath the structure of the hotel...

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"Ghost Detectives" episode on The Lake House"