I lived in Annapolis from the time I was born until 1991 when I was 38 years old and have never heard of anyone thrown from the widows of this school.I am not saying that there is not something at this school.It is unsure to who walks the halls of the tavern, which is currently a restaurant and bar.But, there have been many many occurrences that seem to carry on in story.He heard a ball bouncing and when he went upstairs all the lights were on. The family cemetery is located directly behind the house.No one could have gotten into the gym and the lights would have taken at least 10 minutes to warm up. It has been said that although there is no electricity in the house, now, if an intruder enters, lights will turn on. Reports of weird feelings are felt on the first floor, which has been restored. The 3rd floor, which still had smoke damage from a fire.
There have been numerous sightings by staff over the years.....
One of the oldest buildings in Annapolis originally built in the middle of the 1700's and purchased by Horatio Middleton, after his death it was then own and operated by his son Samuel.
Many famous historical personalities have been said to of stayed at the tavern, some of which being Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, and the founder of our country George Washington.
Many stories of ghosts and ghostly activity include: a shadowy figure marching along the parapets, an evil spirit in the hallway leading to the bathrooms, floating or moving furniture, tour guides during the Ghost Tour being surrounded in unearthly light, and voices heard by employees after the Fort has been closed to visitors.
The stories are well known by local residents and many people who worked at the Fort or visited it can attest to these occurrences.