The Manufacturer's Building in Rockingham NC (Richmond County) is more than just another historical location. In 1925, it was the setting for one of the most notorious murders in NC history. The story became the basis for the play, Coquette, which then became a movie, that, in 1929 won Mary Pickford her first Academy Award!
You and your team may get lucky enough to find a location where you can test some paranormal theories at. The Baron Woolen Mill would be that place for my team. Doug, my co-founder, sent me a news article about this old historical building with a rich history and so much to offer.
The Holly Hotel - Holly, Michigan Many people, both guests and employees, have witnessed strange, unexplainable things in the hotel. While there are many ghosts haunting the hotel, a few are seen more than others. One of the ghosts observed by many is Mr. Hirst. He was the original owner of the hotel, back when it was known as the Hirst Hotel. Most people don't see his ghost, but rather smell him. Mr. Hirst smoked cigars
Le Duc Mansion, Hastings, MN - is a fifteen room, Gothic Victorian home built in 1865 built by William Le Duc, who became the first Secretary of Agriculture. It is believed that General Le Duc, who died in 1917, haunts the mansion, as well as one of his daughters, Alice, and one of the latter owners, Carroll Simmons. Activity includes doors that open and close on their own - sometimes slamming, cold spots and objects that move on their own. No efforts have been made to exorcise the entities.
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