Paranormal Travels, Greensboro, Maryland

Sherri Granato By Sherri Granato, 30th Jul 2014 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/35c7zzbo/
Posted in Wikinut>Guides>Paranormal>Ghosts & Spirits

The Riverside Country Inn enhances the small community of Greensboro, as visitors quickly fill up the ten motel rooms just as fast as they become unoccupied. Ghost hunters are always anxious to see what will unfold during their stay at the motel known for its spirited activity, and conference's held for paranormal investigators are not an uncommon sight at this ghost ridden inn.

Visit the Active Ghosts of the Riverside Country Inn

Surrounded by soft breezes wafting off of the nearby Choptank River; the calm, cozy and serene mini hotel is the perfect spot for tranquility by day, but quite possibly your worst nightmare by night. Built in 1912 by C.B. Jarman, the Riverside Country Inn located in historic Greensboro, Maryland is a popular country bed & breakfast due to the waterfront views, beautiful period furnishings, and a high range of paranormal activities for those seeking it, and the inn offers guests the close proximity to a variety of nearby shore activities including fishing, gambling, boating and sight seeing.

The Riverside Country Inn proudly enhances the small community of Greensboro, as visitors quickly fill up the ten motel rooms just as fast as they become unoccupied. Ghost hunters and thrill seeking tourists are always anxious to see what will unfold during their stay at the motel known for its spirited activity, and conference's held for paranormal investigators are not an uncommon sight at this ghost ridden inn. Recent activities at the Riverside Country Inn have hailed paranormal experts from just about every corner of the planet in search of answers as to why the dead exist and wish to remain among the living.

Experts and paranormal researchers from Jonathan Williams, the Founder & Executive Director of the International Museum of Spiritual Investigations in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania to John Sabol, the Para-archeologist, known as The Ghost Excavator, and featured guest on Paranormal State. The highly regarded ghost trackers known as the Maryland Society of Ghost Hunters has also put their skills to the test, and found evidence of paranormal activity throughout the inn. Everything from flashlights and cameras acting up to electronic ghostly voice phenomenon resembling speech in their effort to answer the investigator's questions occurred during their visit.

A giggling ghost child appears to be the most active spirit residing at the Riverside Country Inn, and the hottest areas are normally located in the older part of the building. A man's voice has been picked up through monitoring devices, and heard by staff as well as visitors to the inn. A male apparition is quite often seen sitting at a back table in the dining room, and ghost cats have been witnessed running through the establishment.

Ghost seeking visitors to the Riverside Country Inn favor rooms 7, 8, and 10 for the high range of paranormal activity found in those three rooms. They are by no means for the faint of heart as this trio of motel rooms is as active as it can get. Reports have flowed in a steady stream from guests stating that they were touched, pushed or watched by a nosy ghost that simply refused to leave the room when asked to vacate. This is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to interacting with those that have passed. These ghosts want you to know that they are there, and they will go to any length to stress that point.

Guests staying in rooms 7, 8 or 10 can expect the unexpected once night falls. Virtually anything goes when it comes to sight, smell, and hearing things that you never realized existed in the world as you thought you knew it. Apparitions appear without warning; they will say what they please, and they find everything funny. Objects move on their own, beds show signs of someone sitting from obvious indentations present on the bedding, yet no trace of a human can be found other then the faint scent of flowers flowing through the air. Soft touches are likely to occur from unseen hands, and footsteps track through the room as if someone is on a mission to something important, yet not always can that someone be seen, but you without a doubt know they are there.

The spine tingling activity seems to be reserved to the kitchen, the above mentioned rooms, the hallways, the dining room, and of course, the tavern. The newer addition to the motel appears to lack in ghostly activity, and guests wishing to be left alone will find tranquility when frequenting the newer parts of the Riverside Country Inn. Unfortunately there are no promises as ghosts do seem to have a mind of their own, and some guests just have that knack for drawing in those who have departed to the other side.

The Riverside Country Inn is close to the Tuckahoe and Martinak State Parks, the Delaware and Maryland ocean beaches, picturesque countryside views, Dover Downs, and race fans can see NASCAR racing in nearby Dover, Delaware. Visitors wishing to stay local can enjoy the Civil War Trail in Greensboro or the historic Underground Railroad.

Location: Riverside Country Inn, 204 North Main Street, Greensboro, Maryland

*Note* The R.I.P. Files with Ghost Hunting Examiner Patricia Marin: Riverside Country Inn will be available as video on demand via Mingle Media TV Network (MMTVN) with more paranormal activity from this investigation caught on film.

Tags

Bed Breakfast, Boating, Choptank River, Experts, Film, Fishing, Gambling, Ghost, Ghost Child, Haunted, Historic, Inn, Investigation, Motel, Paranormal, Spirit, Tourist, Underground Railroad, Video On Demand

Meet the author

author avatar Sherri Granato
Sherri has lived in several haunted properties, including a morgue turned basement apartment. Instead of fearing the paranormal, she has opted to embrace, investigate and understand it.

Share this page

moderator Steve Kinsman moderated this page.
If you have any complaints about this content, please let us know

Comments

Add a comment
Username
Can't login?
Password