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The Victorian House


It was April 18, 2003. It was a decent day outside. I had been visiting my Grandma that weekend for an early Easter gathering with the family. My Grandma had 7 kids including my mom. They lived in a big victorian house on 97. My mom was the last one born but they had been living in that house for a long time before then. My Grandma had finally been getting ready to sell this mansion type house.

I wanted to visit it one last time before it was officially gone. There were three floors, a kitchen, dining room, game room, even an indoor pool! Basically the house was huge! As I walked through the house alone I had hoped to encounter unexplainable event! That's just me being me... Well my wish came true! As I reached the second floor, I had heard footsteps coming from my uncle's old bedroom! I was a little creeped out but excited at the same time. I said, "hello", but no reply. So I just went on doing my business. About 5 or 10 minutes later, I felt a cold breeze on my neck. My Grandpa had died about four months before I was born and same with my Uncle. His footsteps had been heard recently in the bedroom on the third floor. That's when I got creeped out and left. I told no one.

As the lady bought the house and moved in a couple weeks later her, husband committed suicide. Later on, she started experiencing the same things I had and told my Grandmother who had told me. I immediately went to the house and talked to her about it and we stay in contact from time to time again. If you have any questions leave a message or email me at hii_kenzz12 [at] yahoo [dot] com, I will reply as soon as I get them. Thank You... Hope you enjoyed!

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