The Montrose House - Real Haunt in Montrose PA
The original building that once stood here operated as a jail, funeral home, and then a schoolhouse. It burned down in the 1920's and the building that stands today was completed in 1926. It is said to be haunted by a ghostly little boy who has been spotted in the halls and enjoys playing tricks, room #5 is his favorite. He is known to knock on doors in the middle of the night before running away, often giggling. He also removes the window shades and places them on the pillows neatly, and changes the time on the clocks. A ghostly man is also rumored to linger here near the front office, he is said to look extremely real. During equinoxes, it has been said that objects have been thrown across the dining room.
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