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Who was the German officer that was here secretly in the 1930's that interviewed Dr. More important, who is the source of the pipe smoke that guests still occasionally smell on the Inn's balcony? The Carwells were the third owners of the hotel and although they owned it for a short time, their ownership was marred by tragedy, mystery and scandal. Woods, publisher of the Highland Recorder, once again tracks the events for the local residents. Edgar Carwell and his wife Amanda Pullin Carwell purchased the hotel in September 1919.
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For the hotel to have caught fire and Mandy to have died in the same week must have caused much speculation. By July, 1920 the paper is lamenting monthly on the embarrassment of a town with it's primary hostelry closed. Carwell rented to some long-term tenants and apparently used his insurance funds to pay his quarterly mortgage installments.
Even the paper seemed reserved in declaring what had happened. On March 26, 1921, one year and two months to the day of his wife's death, J. Mass searches and calls to distant relatives turned up no hints of his whereabouts.
Charley Pullin apparently partially re-opened the hotel in Carwell's absence. Many members of our staff believe Mandy so loved the hotel that she is still here today.
Her activity seems concentrated to the kitchen as if she is making sure we are doing things right.
Death was due to poison, presumed by the physician to be ptomaine as she had eaten canned sweet potatoes.
She was survived by her three small children and several brothers and sisters.
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