This place, simply called The Mansion, is
said to have a fairly disturbing mix of phenomena that includes three distinct
entities. The first is the clear sound of a woman screaming in pain, and
the second is reported as the image of a man pacing frantically back and
forth, as if terribly worried. The house itself is described several
times in the literature as being an Inn, and rumor has it that as guests
sleep at night, they have the sensation that their fingers are being touched
and pulled by the third entity, an infant. Not surprisingly, the legend
is that a woman died painfully during childbirth as her husband paced worriedly
in the hall, though this has not been corroborated by any documents, as
far as we can tell. If any readers have any more information on this
haunting, please post to the Message Board below, or Email us. We
would love to have more information on this haunting!
The Mansion is on the outskirts
of Bellingham, but no address is available at the time of this writing.
The terrifying image of an old woman with her hand around her neck choking
her own throat while the other hand strikes out at on-lookers has been seen
by over 50 people in this stone mansion built in 1889. She is described
as wearing a white full length dress and her eyes appear to "burn like coal".
Her name is believed to be Sarah, the granddaughter of the man who
built the castle, and the story is she went insane when her Spanish lover
murdered their illegitimate child and buried it under the back porch.
The Georgetown Castle is located in the
center of Georgetown.