The Lodge on Lake Lure - Lake Lure NC Real Haunts
With land purchased from Chimney Rock Mountains Inc., North Carolina's highway patrol constructed what is now known as The Lodge on Lake Lure. While originally used as a retreat for officers and their families, the lodge was opened to the public in 1990. The lodge also served as a memorial for officer George Penn, who was gunned down while on duty. As the legend goes, George Penn is rather content with staying at the lodge that was built in his honor, and has been known to haunt Room 4 and steal toilet paper from Room 2. Ghosts have to go, too.
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