33 Pearl Street • Fall River, Massachusetts
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It is said that on St. Patrick's evening, 1874, an intoxicated man was walking alone. So inebriated was he, that he stumbled over the cliff. His remains were never found; only a bottle of whiskey was located at the site of the accident. It is said that on the evening of every St. Patrick's Day, the man can be seen drinking a bottle of whiskey.
A former owner of this house was the captain of a sea-faring vessel that was credited with sinking a pirate's ship. A year after this battle, the captain disappeared. The house has changed ownership several times since then, mainly due to the hauntings the house possessed. In 1993, which was exactly 200 years after the disappearance of the captain, the son of the house awoke to get a drink. In the hallway, he encountered a scrawny pirate with four pistols dueling with the sea captain. In the
This house, built in 1850 by a carriage maker, is home to a young, thin blonde girl. The girl has been spotted numerous times while seeming curious, and wearing an off-white dress, which has a few dirt spots, as if she had been playing outside. This girl was supposedly the daughter of the original owner of the house, and died of an illness. It has also been reported that the girl moves various objects around the house.
Used as a prisoner of war camp during the Civil War, Georges Island is said to have many ghosts. It is reported that one ghost may be heard playing "John Brownï¿½s Body" on the harmonica. In another story, one woman dressed as a man to get into the island to see her lover, a rebel prisoner. Subsequently, she was hanged in a black dress given to her by the warden's wife. It is said that the woman may still be heard screaming today.