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THE PRESS ON CAPTAIN GRANT’S

Norwich Bulletin Communique

December 1998 and twice in December 1999

Captain Grant’s was chosen by the Norwich Bulletin to represent the Bed and Breakfast Community in their publication of the upcoming Bed and Breakfast Tour.

Home and Garden Television (HGTV)

“If Walls Could Talk”, January 2002.
Six minutes of fame featuring discoveries, including half of a staircase, while renovating Captain Grant’s.

Walsh County Record

Grafton, North Dakota, January 2002.
Excerpt: Former North Dakota women operates successful bed and breakfast. Memories of North Dakota remain with her.

Norwich Bulletin

“Inn Provides Scenic View”, January 11, 2002

Maxim Magazine

September, 2002.

“Happy Trails, Romantic Getaways

USA Today

“Ten Great Places to get in Bed with a Ghost”, October 31, 2003

CNN Headline News

October 31st, 2003.
This was so funny, we couldn’t stop laughing.

The Dolphin

The submarine “Miami” returns from deployment. February 19, 2004. Excerpt: “Zenker learned he would receive the traditional first kiss upon returning to Groton, as well as a special gift which he never expected – a free night at Captain Grant’s Bed and Breakfast.

Bottom Line

“Haunted bed-and-breakfasts.” June 1st, 2004

Excerpt: “Captain Grant’s Inn, Poquetanuck, Connecticut, where strange knocks are reported at odd hours.”

A&E’s “Psychic Kids” Children of the Paranormal”

Captain Grant’s aired on January 19th, 2010
This was a wonderful cast, professional, caring, and gifted.

Yankee, New England’s Magazine

Captain Grant’s was named “Best of New England/Editors Choice”. We were in the annual Travel Guide in May 2010.
We have been on the Travel Channel two more times. Once for a show called “Dig Wars”, which was cancelled before we were on. We are also the opening of a miniseries on vampires.

It is exciting to be on these shows. The staff love it. John, who works for us played Captain Grant on the show “Most Terrifying Places in America”. His niece played Deborah Adams. She is a resident ghost at the inn. She was five years old when she died.