Unfortunately, you don’t get $1 million or a piece of your rich uncle’s sizeable estate if you spend a night in one of these horror houses. Perhaps breakfast, but I wouldn’t bet on it.
When Sean Doyle, owner of The Manor, was checking out the house 10 years ago, he picked an old barrette off the ground, and a vivid image of a girl in a white dress flashed in his head.
It seemed odd, but he didn’t think much of it. About a year later, the family who’d built the house in 1883 got in touch, and on a whim, Doyle asked if a little girl had died there.
The woman asked her relatives, who revealed a family member named Rosalia Fihn died there of typhoid fever in 1908.
The family showed Doyle old family photos, when he noticed a familiar face – the girl he’d seen when he was buying the house.
Even weirder? Some friends and Airbnb guests who are “more sensitive” to energy have commented on vibes coming from one particular closet without knowing the story of Rosalia, says Doyle.
“I take it with a grain of salt,” he tells Reader’s Digest.
“I’m a bit of a skeptic when it comes to actual ghosts, but … there was definitely some of Rosalia’s energy here.”
Do you believe?