Bedford Springs Resort and Davey Lewis's Cave
by 14 year old writer(I'm the same person as 12 and 13 year old writer)
The newly remodeled Bedford Springs Resort is a beautiful place with only the best to offer people. If you're staying in Bedford, The Springs should be your first choice. Anyway the Springs has been around for a very long time although I'm not sure if the exact date it was established,but i do know that it housed many presidents who stayed there along with 200 Japanese prisoners of war captured after Germany surrendered. Also over 7,000 sailors were trained by the navy at Bedford. Many people say the prisoners haunt the halls and there just recently have been reports of people hearing a radio which is what the sailors were being trained for. (radio communication) On few occasions people say they see the first owner Dr. John Anderson. It's said remodeling stirs up paranormal activity. Although the new resort chain owners are trying to make people look past ghosts stories at the Springs, many people are still spreading the word fast.
Also, another story that happened near by is the story of a local outlaw, Davey Lewis. It is said that after running from the cops he stowed away in a cave and put the stolen money deep inside and he never was found or seen after that. The treasure still unfound is said to be in the cave in a hidden room or hole to dangerous and tiny to explore. They say that Davey haunts the cave protecting his treasure. To many the caves location is a mystery although I do know the location, I will not say because the cave is now off limits because it is on private property. You can pick up books on these things in Bedford at the Jean Bonnet Tavern gift shop, and other places in Bedford as well.