When living in a home and neighborhood with a tremendous amount of history, it's hard to think about the lives that have passed through the doors and existed within the walls without also considering the idea that some of these entities may still be a part of the neighborhood fabric...
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It's that cool and creepy time of year again, and Wendy and I couldn't be happier. With the changing of the seasons and arrival of beautiful fall foliage, October is our favorite month of the year. But for all October has to offer, I'd be remiss if I didn't say...
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Last Friday we shared a story about our friendly neighborhood peanut ghost. Nothing too odd or scary, just a little fun in our house. Whether it is supernatural or rodent, we like to share the story. However, today's story is less quirk and more unexplained. Let me preface this by...
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When we first start talking to people about the fact that we own a house that is 125 years old in an historic district, one of the questions people tend to ask is "So...Is your house haunted?" Some want us to say no (usually the people who think they may...
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