The Arts Center is home to chuckle-seeking spirits who seek attention.
King George Inn
Aaron Burr House
Black Bass Hotel
The basement is a hot bed of paranormal activity caused by gangsters, murder, and accidental deaths!
The New Hope Preservation Society who restored this home museum have gentile, grateful spectral entities who visit to enjoy.
The Inn at Phillips Mill has a spectral “Lady of the House”, who is still a clothes horse. She makes indirect contact with the living.
The spectral original owner has a favorite way to welcome women to his home…
The serene and peaceful aura here seems to draws spirits of children, adults and soldiers.
A former owner is tickled pink at the resulting library, but is upset with lack of a favorite outside item. This friendly presence now stays with a weakness for modern items.
” The paranormal activity is intense” -PPS founder Shawn Kelly.
Adultery and betrayal caused deaths at a wedding reception.
A former lady of the house is a hospitable hostess. Heavy players in the Revolutionary War are frequent visitors.
A spectral former patron of the bar likes to see what is happening in there!
A male spirit, who calls himself Frank, goes about his business and may be joking around in the gift shop.
A mover and shaker spectral Fire Chief continued to help out the living firemen.
Some protective spectral guests watch strangers closely…
Living firefighters had the added unseen help of past crew members (now in spectral form).
Hooray! Look what they have done!
It is good as new, empty of life and ready for spirit people!
Let’s get this renovation right! Spectral supervisors observe!