Morgan Hall - Glen Cove NY Real Haunted Places
Morgan Hall was once the home of famed financial tycoon, J.P. Morgan. Morgan lived on the estate with his family after construction finished in 1910; however, his daughter Alice met her death in the mansion as she succumbed to typhoid fever. Since that time the building has served multiple purposes, acting as a Russian embassy as well as a Catholic school, but Alice has remained through the years. She appears wearing a long, black dress and is often heard walking the corridors or about the attic.
The House on Erie Street
My late husband, mother-in-law,& myself lived in a haunted 100+ year old farm house that was converted into up,& down apartments. We lived up with 3 bedrooms, a large living room, kitchen, pantry,& the attic. The downstairs housed the basement. We had paranormal happenings such as millions of tiny spider outbreaks on the ceilings 2-3 times a week, millions of millipedes covering the house, crawling all over the inside,& outside, heavy footsteps in the attic when no one was up there, things disappearing only to show up someplace else, hearing our names being called, a hand waving in the window when no one was in the attic,& coming home,& finding 2 inches of water covering the kitchen floor when no one was home,& there were no faucets running. This all occurred over 40 years ago. It has take me this long to even write about it with a cool,& analytical mind.Posted 7/24/19
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