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House of Seven Gables

Leitchfield, Kentucky

Abandoned for at least twenty-five years, this house is haunted. If one places a can at the bottom of the stairs as he makes his way to the top, the can will be standing up upon his return.

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Lexiana Smiley says:

December 15, 2009, 11:57 pm

This is SO not true! Half of my family lived in Litchfield and not once have ANY of them heard of this place being in Kentucky. It is DEFINITELY in Massachusettes.

Keisha Gibson says:

October 10, 2010, 7:27 pm

I’ve lived in Leitchfield ALL my life…I’ve HEARD of the House of Seven Gables…however, my Mom said it was the house that was located directly across from Hardees…it was fixed up & used as a haunted house for years…it was SMACK DAB IN THE MIDDLE OF TOWN…..It has been torn down 4 MANY years….

Julie says:

October 10, 2010, 11:06 pm

The house was actually located on Cowpen Rd in Pikeville, KY. The house has been torn down but the property where the house was located never blooms. The grass and trees are dead all year round.

kx yong says:

November 19, 2010, 1:38 am

i need picture,not telling

Rivers mom says:

June 21, 2011, 5:35 pm

I live in Grayson County Ky, and sorry to bust any bubbles but yes there is in face a 7 gables here it is located of Grayson springs rd. It is on privet property and fence in, maybe the reason not many have heard of it as far as it being torn down havent heard that, but it in fact is or was real. It is said that it was a military insane asylum during the civil war, but im not sure on the facts on that part. However the haunted part is true my niece went there and it like to scared here to death and she is not easily scared. if you are looking for a haunted place to visit Waverly hills in louisville is a great place to go just went there recently and it was great, truly haunted and interesting to say the least, you do have to pay but the 8 hour tour is worth it.

moore says:

July 4, 2013, 12:16 pm

well people i am from Kentucky and i have lived here my whole life and let me reassure you that they use to be a restaurant in burnside ,ky..and it was called the seven gables..it did not stay very long it was closed down for unknown reasons…but yes there was a place named this in kentucky!!

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