Admiral Hawly's House

ADMIRAL HAWLY'S HOUSE
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The story of Admiral Hawly's house.

Admiral Hawly’s house can be found in Whitefield, New Hampshire. It may be a bit difficult to find, as it is isolated in the forest at the end of a small, winding, driveway with huge trees on both sides. At this time, the home is privately owned and visitors are not welcome, at least not the ones of this world.

History does not state the year in which the home was built only that the Admiral and his wife lived here until his death in 1933. The Admiral always called his home “Miz ‘n Top” and was not too keen with visitors, as he would run them off his property if anyone happened to stop by. Two years after the Admiral’s death, his daughter sold the home to the J Family.

The J family moved in and was quite happy until they chose to convert the attic into a clubroom for their son. They began to cut windows into the walls and throw out anything from the previous owners.

Shortly after the renovation began, footsteps could be in the attic, in the corridors close by the attic, and even on the stairs leading to the attic.

After the job was complete, EJ, the son, stayed in the room overnight and heard large objects being moved around the room and down the hallway along with footsteps of unseen people.

As far as anyone knows the home is haunted, however, the owners will not talk about the occurrences.


Admiral Hawly's House

Admiral Hawly's House

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