Oliver House

Oliver House Built in 1769 In Middleborough MA., is the Oliver House. Built in 1769, it has been part of history throughout the Revolutionary War as an angry mob forced them to abandon the home in 1775 to return to England for their safety. Many families have lived there over the years and the town of Middleborough now owns […]

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The Slater Mill

The Slater Mill The Slater Mill is in Pawtucket, RI., next to Providence. I went to one of their ghost tours on an evening nearing Halloween. There are two large, amazing buildings from the late 1700s for the Mill, but the Sylvanus Brown House was moved onto the property from its original location. On the […]

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Tenney Gatehouse

Tenney Gatehouse The following photos are a small sample of my experience at The Tenney Gatehouse. At a photo of the green plaid dress, I saw something in the window. Zooming in for a closer look, it was a man cut off at the waist, which I thought was kind of unusual. In the next […]

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TB Hospital and Prison Farm

TB Hospital and Prison Farm The state of Massachusetts had run the hospital in the early 1900s’ for prisoners with TB. They had a rehabilitation program that allowed the prisoners to work on the farm raising animals for milk and eggs. The fresh air and environment allowed many to regain their health. It eventually became […]

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Lizzie Borden Home

Lizzie Borden Home "When I reached the bedroom of Mr. and Mrs. Borden I felt an increase in the energy within the room. Taking multiple photos, I slowly walked around the bed. The room was dark except for the flash of my camera. I was the only one in the room at this time. While […]

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Old Wooden Jail, Barnstable, MA

Old Wooden Jail Barnstable, MA "There are many stories of objects being moved by the spirits in the Oldest Wooden Jail in America. It is located in Barnstable Massachusetts, built circa 1690-1700. The jail had been moved around and later attached to the rear of an early 18th century two-story house. This continued to be […]

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Gettysburg Farmhouse

Gettysburg Farmhouse My love for porches on an old house is why I took many photos of the upper porch on this farmhouse in Gettysburg. Sometimes I stood in the same spot and took a wide shot; then I’d zoom in on an area and take several more pictures. I was taking photos in sets […]

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Abandoned Train Tunnel

Abandoned Train Tunnel "Everyone stood outside about one-hundred feet away from the tunnel and talked for a little while when the investigation was finished. I was very glad to be out of there. But I kept looking back, feeling as though we were still being watched from inside. I took a few more pictures of […]

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