The spirits are returning to the Cashtown Inn — actually they never left.

Built in 1795 as a stagecoach stop on the way west, the historic Cashtown Inn has had many other incarnations since then — including a restaurant, a bar, a brothel and a stop on the Underground Railroad. During prohibition, there was reportedly a still on the property. It was during the Civil War that the establishment reached its own high water mark.

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