This former lodge is home to a ghost entity who is said to have died in a police stand-off on the third floor of the lodge.Â Reports of hauntings have been noted since the 1950s by caretakers and more recently by tour guests. One particular sighting from tour guests include a sitting imprint on an old dusty chair.Â Other strange occurrences include feelings of extreme temperature drop and the smell as if someone was smoking, all on the third floor.
Referred as the Westminster Abbey of Arkansas, due to the number of notable persons buried here, there is an abundance of paranormal activity that exists throughout this cemetery in Little Rock.
Legend has it that back in the 1930s in Fayetteville, near the Drake Field Airport, there was a man who lived in a log house atop a mountain who had a nasty drinking habit that ended up throwing his sick child in a well.
This house is haunted by a very unhappy alcoholic. Strange noises coming from the wall and large pieces of furniture move across the room. On one occasion an elderly woman was attacked by the air as she was walking to the bathroom; she gained several bruises but sustained no major injuries.
In the 1903, an old man, his wife, and their son lived on this farm. After losing the farm on a bet, the enraged man went home and axed his wife and son to their deaths. He then turned himself in to the police and served several years in jail. After he was released, feeling as if he had not been duly punished, the man placed bars on his windows to emulate the environment of his jail cell. It is said that through the bars, one may see the wife and child of the man sitting on the living room