Alfred Victor DuPont’s secret lifestyle choices got him into some real trouble…
The Speed Art Museum
Liberty Hall Mansion
The Pink Palace
Waverly Hills Sanitarium
The Washington Opera House
Restless from life’s disappointments, the former master still finds refuge here.
Two female entities are spending their after-life here for their own reasons.
A much adored family nurse-maid didn’t let death get in the way.
The author that inspired its beginning likes to be an encouraging presence here.
Some patients died from a labor gone bad, while the newborns were saved.
Mrs. JP Speed is pleased with the pristine state of her mansion, and doesn’t mind sharing it!
Causes for activity include: Slaves, the fatally wounded, spirits attached to artifacts, and people connected to this place.
Is home to a male protective spirit who saved a life and gives life-saving warnings.
Mrs. JP Speed liked to supervise to ensure a perfect outcome, and she still does here… A spirit that is connected to items displayed is not a happy camper!
A staff member with a broken heart committed suicide… Other staff who caught TB and died here are still on duty.
People who died here and dedicated health professionals are causing paranormal activity.
More than one entity calls The Washington Opera House their after-life home. The strongest spirit was a dancer who died before a performance.
The spirit of a soldier became an honorary fraternity brother before the house burned down. He may have moved with the fraternity into their new house…
The main female entity needs to help the living and is disturbed about her lost, unmarked grave.
Spirits who love this place keep an eye on the living; making their opinions known in startling ways.
Pregnant women beware! This place is home to a host of spirits, some not so nice; evil in personality.