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Landmarks: Olde Bryan Inn stands out for its history, architecture — and paranormal activity?

The Olde Bryan Inn is situated at Maple Avenue and Rock Street in Saratoga Springs.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
The Olde Bryan Inn is situated at Maple Avenue and Rock Street in Saratoga Springs.
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As far as we know, the home John Bryan built in 1826 at 123 Maple Ave. in Saratoga Springs was never used as an inn until late in the 20th century. Skidmore College professor James Kettlewell, however, isn’t so sure. “There may be more to the back story of this place than we know,” said Kettlewell, referring to the historic structure now known as the Olde Bryan Inn, one of Saratoga Springs’ top eateries. “It ...


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