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The Wopsononock hotel and famous lookout burned in the early part of the 20th century and was never rebuilt.In fact, at one time it was serviced by a narrow gauge railroad know as the "Alley Popper" although that has nothing to do with this tale.Rumor was that the gardener killed some girls and hid their bodies.It is said that if you go there at night, you will be chased out by ghosts and your car will have trouble starting. Reports of little girl crying and sobbing...reports of sickening feelings felt...reports of a man dressed in black....reports of cars not starting...reports of dogs with red demon eyes.One student took a picture of the tree and a face of an old man appeared in the image. A woman and young child can be seen in the basement, along with a man wearing Revolutionary War type clothing.By an employee's account, a ghost hunter asked to spend the night alone there once.
This legend is a cross between the spectral hitchhiker stories you have heard before and the sort of "Resurrection Mary" type tales familiar to the Chicago area. For historical background there used to be a hotel at the top of the Wopsononock Mountain that was a fairly common getaway for people in Altoona.Tours are given and during the Halloween season, midnight tours.Some say they have seen the woman that roams the house.Since then travelers on this road have encountered the specter of a woman in white, sometimes seen to be carrying a candle, who apparently is looking for something.
Variations on the tale have her waylaying young men and looking them over to see if they are her husband, or hitching rides with young men headed for the top of the mountain and then disappearing near the Devil's Elbow.It is also said that when you are leaving you will see the gardeners ghost sitting on the steps of the church by the cemetery. This Spirit has said that 'he' is cold and forever in the confines of this building.I do not know the Culmerville Hotel history: date built and original purpose.The ghost of a young woman walks down this street late at night near the area where the old Hess's building had been.