The Lemp Mansion:
The Lemps' 1860s Italianate house had been a local marvel: newly patented radiant heat, an open-air elevator, 33 rooms. After the death (by natural causes) of the last Lemp son, the place became a boarding house. In 1977, renovations transformed it into a restaurant and inn—but not without difficulty. Ghostly barking and piano music, slamming doors, burning sensations, faces in the windows—the place was so spooky that several construction workers fled the jobsite.
Naila Moon, creator of Just The Stuff Ya Know Blog, shared her experience at The Lemp Mansion!
"My son and I and a kid that was living with us at the time, went to visit the Lemp Mansion. It was my son's 16th birthday on a Friday, October 13th.