The Golden Lamb 27 South Broadway Lebanon, Ohio 45036
The building that houses the Golden Lamb is almost two hundred years old and was built for public entertainment. In 1815 Ichabod Crown replaced the original building with brick as it is seen today. The most famous of its ghost is a little girl. Some people believe it is Sarah, a niece of a former inn keeper. The odd thing is that Sarah grew to become an old woman. Others believe the girl ghost is Eliza Clay, who died in 1825 at the Golden Lamb, from fever. The paranormal activity centers on “Sarah’s room” and began after her things were moved to a different area for display. Occurrences include pictures falling off the walls and unexplained noises. The other ghost is said to be Charles R. Sherman, Ohio Supreme Court Justice. He died at the Inn in 1829. He is the “gaunt, gray man”that appears in the halls accompanied by the smell of cigar smoke.
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This EVP was recorded in an empty room. It sounds like someone screaming at 4, 9, 27, & 53 sec. The strange background noise was due to the setting on the tape recorder.
NOPSS Team personal experiences: a women humming, unexplained music, batteries drained on equipment.