BUILT: Early 1900s
STATUS: Used as a business
The Brown Mansion was built sometime during the early 1900s, and has been the site of many tragedies. Mr. Brown, a wealthy man and the owner of the mansion, lost all but one of his children while they were in their childhood. Today, employees can hear the sound of bowling balls striking pins in the basement, as there was a personal alley in its day. In the third floor’s ballroom, the scent of cherry tobacco smoke sometimes and sound of partygoers fill the room. It is believed to be the ghost of Mr. Brown, and he has been seen in a smoking jacket. The house is also said to be haunted by the dead children as well.
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