Purchased a few years ago by a man who ran out of money before he could renovate it, the bottom fell out of the real estate market and he couldn't sell it. What to do? Turn it into a tourist trap-- um, I mean, house museum-- and hope that its historic name will confuse enough people into thinking it's another Green-Meldrim House or Owens-Thomas House; it isn't. The house has a bona fide history, but it is not preserved. Instead, owners have tried to pawn it off as an authentic haunted experience, which is a rather nebulous claim. In a town where just about every other building is haunted, this one is no different, but it is unexceptional in its experience in that the rooms are devoid of period decor-- in fact, devoid of ANY decor-- and you're left to wander its vacant rooms in search of vacant ghosts. A few years ago owners invited some clown to investigate the premises and decided to perform an exorcism gone wrong. Apparently, this goofball opened up some sort of portal through which all sorts of low-level paranormal parasites wander in and out, disturbing the peace long enough to provide the kinds of stories that can be embellished into a full-scale house of horrors. What is authentic about this house is unassuming and unexceptional; the rest is downright foolishness. I pray for the day when someone with the wallet buys this house and restores it to a former prominence that has been unseen for decades.