|The Bishop's Palace, Galveston, Texas|
Sunday, October 19, 2014
Saturday, October 18, 2014
|The Playhouse at Sunken Orchard|
Friday, October 17, 2014
|Matinecock Point, the mansion of J.P. Morgan, Jr. at Glen Cove|
Thursday, October 16, 2014
|Thornewood Castle, Washington State Haunted Mansion of the Gilded Age # 16|
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
|Ventfort Hall at Lenox, Massachussets|
Tuesday, October 14, 2014
|Grand Staircase of the Astor Mansion on Fifth Avenue, posted on Mansions of the Gilded Age.|
Monday, October 13, 2014
|The home of the Unsinkable Molly Brown at Denver, Colorado.|
Fortunately her home and that of her husband, J.J. Brown, it has been saved from demolition and is now a museum house. The house as one might expect once being the home of a very energetic woman, is not always full of paying visitors. Staff members at the museum and others have reported strange unusual smells and sounds. Please click the following links to find out more about the ghostly sightings and the history of the fascinating house.
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Sunday, October 12, 2014
|The John Teele Pratt Mansion, The Manor at Glen Cove, New York.|
The house that was simply known as, The Manor was built for John Teele Pratt and his family in 1909 by notable architect, Charles A. Platt. Located at Glen Cove, Long Island, New York the home and estate are now a conference center, called, The Glen Cove Mansion.
The house also is notable for also having it's former owners as full time guests. Supposedly the ghosts of Mr. & Mrs, John T. Pratt have been seen by employees of the hotel as stated in this article in the Glen Cove Patch. I guess when you have a glorious home on earth, why leave?