Hunt Homestead - Real Haunted Place
The Hunt Homestead was built in 1758 and is most famous for being the wintering spot for the 60 Revolutionary War cavalry horses. It is also believed to be the home of a ghost. The ghost is that of a woman who wears a dark hood and passes by the kitchen window, headed toward the back door. She then disappears. The spirit has reportedly done this routine hundreds of times since the building was renovated in 1976. Her identity is still unknown to this day.
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