Eagles Hall, the Mulvihill House, and the White House

EAGLES HALL, THE MULVIHILL HOUSE
AND THE WHITE HOUSE

THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST

The story of Eagles Hall, the Mulvihill House, and the White House.

All three of these haunted dwellings can be found in Skagway, Alaska. The Eagles Hall was created by linking together two old hotels that were built in the 1890’s.

The ghosts are found only on the second floor where guest have encountered cold spots and the presence of someone or something unseen.

The Mulvihill House was built in 1904 and is today an elegant Victorian residence. The Mulvihill family lived here from 1914 to 1949. Mr. Mulvihill was the chief dispatcher for the White Pass & Yukon Railroad and he kept a telegraph key in his home.

People that visit the home today, belief the ghost are none other than that of Mr. Mulvihill. No matter whom the entity might be many have witnessed doors opening and closing by unseen hands, heard heavy footsteps going up and down the stairs, and heard the telegraph key clicking on.

The White House can be found at the edge of Skagway, damaged by a fire and left alone. When it was first built it was a private home, but it has seen many faces from a World War 2 hospital to a hotel to a daycare center and the home of various families.

One night while a fisherman and his family were spending the night in the White House the man and his wife were awaken in the middle of the night by a ghostly figure of a woman standing at the foot of their bed. Another day, the three-year-old daughter of the fisherman was in the kitchen talking with the woman that had appeared at the foot of their bed. Many believe the woman during the time she was living was the owner of the daycare center.

Eagles Hall, the Mulvihill House, and the White House

Eagles Hall, the Mulvihill House, and the White House

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