This house was once owned and inhabited by a wealthy family who eventually died. Today, the house has been converted to Cheney Cowle's Museum. Hauntings include sightings of children playing in the bedrooms, mysterious noises, and some even claim that eyes in the portraits move.
Over the years, this beautiful building has served many purposes and remains in use today. It was built as a home for a successful immigrant and his wife, used later as a training college for Jesuit priests, and is now a hotel and restaurant enticing guests with the possibility of supernatural occurrences.
This cemetery is said to have been built by a Satanic family so that they might have an eternal resting place. In the middle of the cemetery, there are thirteen steps that lead to nowhere. Called the thirteen steps to hell, it is said that once a person walks downs these stairs, they perish instantly. Others, who have barely made it out alive, have reported seeing their spirit in hell at the bottom of the steps. It is reported that one man ran across the cemetery and was scared so badly, that he
Many people have claimed to see the apparition of "Alice," a young woman who hanged herself at the turn of the century when she heard that her lover was killed in a mining accident. As it turned out, her lover had not died; he came home and found her dead.
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