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Thursday, October 2, 2014

Famous Haunts

Have you visited a Famous Haunt?  
My husband's photo captured the erie essence, of the House of Seven Gables! We visited there several years ago, but we didn't see any ghosts on our tour. The old portraits with eyes that follow you were pretty creepy, but the secret staircase was cool. The town of Salem, Massachusetts has lots of Maritime History. It's also known for the Witch Trial Hysteria that took place there in the 1690's. 
We love New England and houses that preserve and share their historical happenings.  
Have you toured any Famous Haunts??????? 
Watch the Youtube iGetNewEngland.com virtual video tour. Take a virtual photo tour and read the history of the House of Seven Gables at the Distracted WandererRead more about the House of Seven Gables and other famous haunts via 
www.hauntedhouse.com
Come and join the party!
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8 comments:

  1. Uh...NO...I have not visited any Haunted Houses...because I a total chicken...I am scared I would actually pee my pants...and that would be all kinds of embarrassing..so...no...I will stick with It's the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown.

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    1. Lol, it was more of a historical tour with info like taxes during that time were based on the number of window panes in a window, which is interesting:) The whole haunted thing is to gain tourists i think:)

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  2. I'd love to go there one day. I studied 'The Crucible" at school and would love to learn more about the witch hunts. Thanks for sharing this at the Say G’Day Linky Party. I’ve just shared your post on Pinterest/Twitter/Facebook.

    Best wishes for a great week!
    Natasha in Oz

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    1. Thanks Natasha! New England is beautiful:)

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  3. I actually have been to a house in California called the Winchester House, very interesting story behind Sarah Winchester. And going on a tour through the house gave me the creeps, I could not wait to leave.

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    1. I think I've heard of it. Is it the one that she kept adding and building on??? So glad you stopped by:)<3

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  4. That is the most AMAZING photo!! Way to go husband lol! I love haunted things, when I was a teenager I was all about this kind of stuff. Now that I am older I am more scared, but I still love them! There is a bridge by my house that if you park on and turn off the key your car is to start rocking and you cant turn it back on. I have wanted to do it, but now I am scared to try lol. But if I ever do I will tell you all about what happens!! Thanks for linking up at Totally Terrific Tuesday. Make sure you come back Monday night at 10pm to link up any new posts!! http://www.liverandomlysimple.com

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    1. Awe, thanks! I'll tell him. That bridge thing is crazy:)<3 Happy Halloween

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