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During the 1970's, these apartments were the site of a multiple homicide. On the anniversary of the murders, which occurs in January, the stench of burning human flesh is pungent. Blood appears to ooze from the upstairs foyer. One woman even reported feeling fingers caress her neck and bosom on that January day. Many believe the apparition to be that of the murderer; he was never found.
Today, â??one of Americaâ??s most haunted mansionsâ? is open to the public for tours. Around Halloween each year they also hold an annual Ghost Partyâ?? playing on their reputation and the homeâ??s history of tragedy to maintain a building of significant historic value. Once the home of societyâ??s elite members, the Sprague Mansion in Cranston, Rhode Island fell on hard times and faced demolition in 1967. Luckily the local historical society purchased and has since maintained the
The St. James hotel stands watchful over Selma, Alabama from its perch on the Alabama River banks. Both the St. James and Selma went through a spell where much of the area was depressed, dilapidated, and forgotten, but local groups and the government have been working to revitalize the area, and their diligence seems to have stirred up more than they bargained for.
This house is said to have belonged to a doctor during the antebellum period. A conductor on the Underground Railroad, the doctor helped many slaves escape to freedom. One slave, however, died on the way to Canada. It is said that this slave had wanted to earn money to go back and buy the freedom of his girlfriend-Nelly Gray. In response to the tragedy, the doctorï¿½s son wrote the Civil War song, which became very popular in the North, "Darling Nelly Gray." Since that time, the house has
This dirt road, blocked by a red gate, eventually leads to a house. Many years ago, while mourning the death of her husband, a woman was hit by a train. Today, witnesses say the sound of a train whistle may be heard coming from the house.
A lovely Victorian mansion built by the famous architect, Richard Upjohn, the Inn at Shadow Lawn is now a lovely B&B, complete with crystal chandeliers, stained glass windows and heirloom china. Not far from Newport, Shadow Lawn was built for Hamilton Hoppin, one of two argumentative brothers. It seems the house invited angst, even after the initial owner died.