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This two story pioneer mansion is said to have been built in 1861. Allegedly, the house is haunted by poltergeist that are triggered by the presence of teen-aged girls. In one report, a family with two twelve year old girls spent the weekend at the mansion. It is said that the house creaked all night. The next morning the door to the unoccupied bedroom could not be budged. It was discovered that an extremely heavy Victorian desk that had been in the center of the room was pushed tightly against
During the Protestant Reformation, tunnels were dug from this house to the nearby River Mersey, to allow priests to escape to Ireland via a boat if necessary. Even today, these holes are still visible. Allegedly, a woman, devastated by the actions of her philandering husband, killed herself and then her baby. Many people have reported feeling cold spots, while others have reportedly seen spirits of the agonized woman.
Originally constructed between 1891 and 1894 and serving at the state's capitol building from 1896 to 1915, you best believe there is paranormal activity abundant.
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.
Hennessy Mansion was originally owned by Daniel J. Hennessy, who was a wealthy businessman and a Democratic State Senator. He built this home in the late 1890s. This mansion was definitely a dream home, with three floors and a gym in the basement. Throughout the course of time after Mr. Hennessy's death, the mansion has been used as a private residence, dormitory and fraternity house.
Ground was broken in 1866 for the Carson City Mint Building and opened as a national mint in 1869. This mint produced $49,000,000 of gold and silver coins from 1870-1893. In 1899, the mines had dwindled and the U.S. Treasury closed the mint down.