Both Widow Brown’s Inn restaurants in the Lehigh Valley are haunted. Marvin, the ghost of a former innkeeper there in the 1800s, haunts the Stockertown restaurant. His white shadow has been sighted in the cellar, attic, in room B and in the back stairwell. The room where he allegedly hung himself is located beyond a sealed door in the corner of the main dining area. The Wescosville restaurant is inhabited by an unknown presence, which is most often sensed in the front dining area. The etheral energy supposedly dates back to the era in which the building was a hotel.