This lovely Queen Anne style Victorian mansion has had a few ghostly encounters, which began after the death of Cecil Ferris during the early 1900s. Cecil was the son of George and Julia Ferris, who began constructing the mansion in 1901, and was killed by a fatal gunshot fired from his brother who was playing with their father's gun.
The resident ghost at this bar and grill in Lovell is Ted Louie, a candy salesman who disappeared near this establishment in the 1940s. He's known to haunt the basement area and has even been seen there.Â Other strange occurrences include electrical appliances running themselves, money floating through the air, loud noises and unexplained voices heard.Â Former owners have even claimed to have heard the sound of keys turning in a lock and the safe opening up.
Dating back to 1868 for the construction of the main church, and then in 1869 for the grand bell tower, it was not until 1927 that the church was fully complete. During the 1869 beginning construction of the bell tower, two Swedish masons working on it mysterious disappeared.
Many years ago, after being kidnapped and tortured, a man was murdered and thrown into the nearby river. People have reported seeing a misty figure lurking around the cabin nicknamed "Little Keyhole." The figure has also been spotted prior to accidents, as if warning of oncoming danger.