Tuc Me Inn

Wolfeboro, NH   /   2 Reviews

118 N Main St, Wolfeboro, NH 03894, USA

Wolfeboro’s Haunted Tuc Me Inn

Once the longest running bed and breakfast in Wolfeboro, the Tuc Me Inn B & B has a history of reported hauntings. The piano has been known to begin playing by itself. Ghostly footsteps are heard through pacing the hallways. Doors close shut by themselves. The 7-guest room, Federal style colonial inn was erected in 1850 by Reverend Asa Piper. In 2012, the haunted Tuc Me Inn and has yet to reopen. It’s highly possible that the piano is still playing but without the audience, it once had over those 160+ years of operation.

Will the Tuc Me Inn reopen? Stay tuned!

Posted in Haunted Hotels and Real Haunts

2 Reviews

  1. Jen

    Hello. I’ve tried reaching out to the owners several times to schedule an investigation but to no avail. I know the Tuc Me Inn has closed permanently but that’s all I can find out.

    August 9, 2017 at 5:11 am Reply
  2. Wes Matchett

    Just an FYI – the piano moved to California in 2002 when the inn was sold and the prior owners took it with them.

    August 18, 2019 at 10:17 am Reply

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