Crayhay Mansion - Real Misland Park Haunt
The Crayhay Mansion was built in 1864 and occupied by the Crayhay family from 1906 to 1934. It is said to be haunted by many ghosts, including that of a yellow and white cat. Human specters include Max Crayhay, who committed suicide in the barn, and a neighbor girl named Rose who fell from an upstairs window when trying to secretly elope with her unborn child’s father. There is also a young boy who died in some sort of accident, and an elderly woman who was murdered during a robbery. The third floor is said to be the most active.
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