John Douglass Brown House - Real Haunted Place
Built around 1775 by Patrick Murray, this house is named for John Douglas Brown in 1816 and has remained in his family ever since. It was allegedly visited by George Washington at one point, and is a registered Historic Place. Passersby say that they have seen the ghosts of Revolutionary War soldiers around the home.
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