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Harmar Tavern

Harmar Tavern paranormal

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Location submitted by: sdonley on 10/18/2019
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The Harmar Tavern has been here since 1900 and the walls reflect that history, including photos from the Great Flood of 1913.

205 Maple St
Marietta , OH 45750
Phone: 7403738727
Open to the public: Yes

https://www.facebook.com/HarmarTave...

Lat: 39.411570
Lon: -81.460060

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History: 1
Stories: 1
Claims: 1
Evidence: 0
Resources: 3
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Harmar Village sits just across the Muskingum River from downtown Marietta, and it is easy to get to this neighborhood that grew up around the site of Fort Harmar. The Harmar Tavern has been here since 1900 and the walls reflect that history, including photos from the Great Flood of 1913. Order the fried bologna sandwich. It’s what the place is known for.

Added by: sdonley on 08/10/2022 DB#:579
Source(s):
https://www.ohiomagazine.com/travel/article/food-r...


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The tavern plays host to the specter of an unhappy old woman. Dressed in mourning garb, a black hoop skirt, bonnet and veil, the tiny, frail woman appears in the back corner of the main dining room. She never speaks or moves. She simply glares at the customers. Her outfit would have been old-fashioned even in 1900 when the Harmar opened. Her identity and reason for being in the tavern are a complete mystery.

Added by: sdonley on 08/10/2022 DB#:1574
Source(s):
https://www.hiddenmarietta.com/single-post/2017/12...


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3299 08/10/2022 sdonley The apparition of an old woman dressed in morning garb will appear in the corner of the main dining room.

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Marietta's Haunted Hotels & Restaurants
Added: 07/28/2022 By: sdonley
Part of the fun of exploring Marietta is staying in, eating or having drinks in a historic building. Many of these wonderful structures date from the early 1900s. A few are even older. Building owners go to great lengths to preserve period details and to recreate the charming atmosphere of the past. A few locations, however, have a bit more historic authenticity than their owners intended. These buildings are haunted. The Buckley House, now an elegant restaurant, was built as a private residence
100-year-old bar looks to the future | News, Sports, Jobs - News and Sentinel
Added: 08/10/2022 By: sdonley
MARIETTA - When current owner Kevin Whitby took over the Harmar Tavern 26 years ago, part of the pub had dirt floors, and customers would be hard-pressed to
Harmar Tavern Owner Celebrates 30 Years of Ownership
Added: 08/10/2022 By: sdonley
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