Unfortunately, the inn closed around 2004 and and since been converted into the Chabad Center for Jewish Life, although "General Wayne Inn" is still displayed on the building's side.
Ghosts: The haunting activity reported in this building has been substantial over the years:
- Women seated in a row at the bar would, in succession, feel someone blow on the backs of their necks.
- The ghost of a German Hessian soldier was seen by a staff member standing on the steps leading upstairs before fading away. She reported that he seemed just as startled to see her as she was to see him.
- Another Hessian soldier has been seen in the basement, said to be searching for his uniform, of which he had been stripped.
- The crying of a little boy ghost has been heard.
- Ghosts of an unknown Native American and African American men have been spotted.
- Psychic Mike Benio claimed that he made contact with a Hessian soldier named Ludwig, who made several appearances to Benio and said he had been killed during the Revolutionary War.
- In 1986, an owner named Johnson and a friend were seated in the dining room when they saw a woman in period dress rush past them.
- Kitchen appliances and towels have been thrown about; doors that were securely locked at night were found unlocked in the morning.
- A luncheon hostess at the inn claimed to have seen soldiers in several places: the dining room, the bar, in the upstairs and in the private dining rooms.
Now that the building is no longer an inn, we wonder if the new owners will experience the same haunting activity.