33 Pearl Street • Fall River, Massachusetts
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Built in the 1800s as an orphanage for children, it is a court-appointed residential home for children today. A female spirit has been seen in the hallways on numerous occasions running away and then quickly disappearing. Legend states that she hung herself several years ago in the hallway. Other strange happenings at this home include sounds of a young girl's screams, locked doors opened, lights and ceiling fans shutting off and more.
At the base of scenic Mount Washington sits a glorious testament to wealth and love. The Mount Washington Hotel was built in 1902 (after 2 years of construction), a show of the wealth owner Joseph Stickney had amassed through his investments in coal mining and the Pennsylvania Railroad.
On May 6, 1994, a young woman was beaten to death with a garden hoe. The attacker came back 20 minutes after the incident occurred to bury her body under the floorboards of the house, which was later converted to a motel. Visitors have reported hearing strange noises emanating from the floor at night.
Though it was once the Concord police department, the building was renovated and tables now sit in what used to be jail cells. There have been reports of a ghost that has been affectionately named George. It is said that George moves people's chairs, drinks their beverages, and even throws food.