When I was in the 6th grade, I had to go on a field trip to the Mcloughlin House and when we got there, we were just standing outside of the house looking at the graves next to the house of Dr. McLoughlin and his wife. I got this weird feeling of being watched. I looked towards the house and I saw a tall dark figure with white hair. I thought maybe it was a staff person or a tour going through but then I thought "wait that looked like Dr. McLoughlin".
When I walked in the building it was cold but I thought nothing of it and then I saw a picture of Dr. McLoughlin and I got shivers down my spine for some reason. I told my friends-they laughed it off but I could tell they were kind of freaked out.
As we went through the house it was cold and I still felt like we were being watched. Then we went upstairs and got to his room. I didn't want to go in but I was pushed in by one of my friends. Nothing happened but I just felt odd. Maybe I was paranoid or something.
Well about 20 minutes ago, I read a story of girl who wanted to go ghost hunting in the McLoughlin house. I just found out that it is supposedly haunted. I did research and know I have so many questions for the staff at the museum.
Could it have really been Dr. McLoughlin that I saw? Was he watching us? And was I being paranoid or was my instincts of being watched correct?