The Carriage Inn was originally built in 1760. Now a busy banquet facility called Hoof, Fin, and Feathers, it is the center of mysterious sightings. A woman in period dress (late 1700s-early 1800s) has been seen in the main house, in the main dining room. In the bar, people have seen a man dressed in black, carrying a book. The most disturbing sighting by far happened in the barn, which is now the banquet hall. There, people have reported seeing a young girl who had been burned. Both the cellar and attic inspire feelings of great dread several employees have refused to enter them alone. The owner/head chef, Linda Wadensten does not feel threatened. She wants TAPS to come in and find what is haunting the Carriage Inn. Later, TAPS comes to help a military family living in the Navy town of Groton, CT: The Stitelers -- husband, wife, and three kids. Their four-year-old son saw a ghost of a child in his room, with black hair and black eyes, but did not tell his parents. Instead, he mentioned it while he was in the hospital with a brief illness. His mother was surprised that he knew what a ghost was, and wrote it off as an imaginary friend until she told her husband. William went white. He had seen the same figure in their home, and it had terrified him.