As a paranormal investigator I travel the USA in search of Haunted Locations. One day I got a call about a house in Atlanta, Georgia (Georgia is one of the most haunted states in America). I was asked to come out and investigate a house belonging to the McHugh Family.
I drove down to Georgia and found the house which was located in the middle of nowhere. I drove down an old winding dirt path to get there, and then up a steep hill and when I got to the top, I was greeted by a woman in 18th Century clothing who told me she had been waiting for me. I parked down the road and walked up to the door after the woman led me down the driveway. I turned around to thank her but she had mysteriously vanished into thin air. I was baffled and stood in shock for a couple minutes.
I knocked on the door and asked if there were any reenactors present to which the woman who had answered replied that there were none. I told her about the lady and she responded that I had encountered the residential ghost of Francesca McHugh, the wife of a medical doctor in the late 18th Century. I went inside and had coffee before conducting my investigation. I was in the kitchen rinsing out my mug when I looked out the kitchen window to see a shadowy figure with no face staring back at me. I wasn't startled but taken aback at the sight of the figure.
I started by doing an EVP Session. I asked some questions and concluded the session and an hour later I reviewed my recordings (Not Available for listening). I gathered some disembodied voices but couldn't quite tell what they were saying however, I could tell the voices belonged to a female. The woman who answered the door for me earlier gave me a bonnet that belonged to Francesca McHugh, which supposedly had Francesca's spirit attached to it. I asked if I could keep the object to which the woman said I could because she wanted to get rid of it.
I took the bonnet and put in a glass case in my "ghost room," a room in my house that I keep haunted objects in. I called the family a month later and asked if they were having any other experiences to which they told me they weren't anymore. Satisfied, I started work on this story after getting permission from the house owners. The McHugh Mansion in Atlanta Georgia is a private residence and is not open to the public.