Thursday, November 6, 2014

Life After The Louise Townsend Farr House

We closed The Louise Townsend Farr House on Oct 19.  It was a sad day.  The last thing we took down was the sign.



 We worry about our ghosts that we have come to know and care about.  Ira Caplinger in the basement.  Johnny on the stairs.  Emily in the attic.  And Rick, the newest entity we contacted and just learned about in July.  He is also in the attic, also in Emily's room.
We couldn't figure out why our little girl was asking for a coal train.
Imagine our surprise to fine there really was such a toy as a coal train and it was in the same time frame as our Emily was alive (1923-1929).  
Still, we are hopeful.  We have asked the ghosts to come with us to our new building, where ever that might be.  Of course we are also going to give them the option to cross over if they would like.  We don't want to leave them in a house being torn down.
We will let you know how that goes.  We are calling it a grand experiment.  If they come with us, I will let you know.
Emily's room is now empty. This is the hot spot of the house
and it was hard to walk away from the little girl we feel may
be up there, as well as Rick, whom we think may have been
the little boy asking for the train.

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