Temple Heights Mansion - Real Haunted Place
This mansion dates back to 1837 and was built by General Richard T. Brownrigg. It changed owners multiple times until retired Methodist minister, J.H. Kennebrew moved in with his wife and their five children: Daisy, Laura, Jessie, Ruth and Elizabeth. The house is said to be haunted by Elizabeth, whose apparition has been spotted along with some strange sounds, like breaking glass, murmured voices and crashes.
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