Flavel Mansion - Astoria OR Real Haunt
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I heard music piped in the 1st floor and know where it comes from!
The guide working there said he put the music on using a blue tooth mp3 style player. People in those days did die in their homes back then. Doctors actually did house calls. I felt a presence in that bedroom but it was not evil. However the bed appears to be bent on one side like somebody tried to sleep on it they were not suppose to. My Dad had a feeling something was wrong; he felt there should've been a couch in front of the fireplace in that room. :) I do too. Mom felt friendlyness in the whole place and the family was giving to poor people and good causes. Nothing bad happened to any of them.Posted 6/12/21
In the upper bedrooms
I visited the home on September 9, 2020. We were walking throughout the house. It is completely intact, all of the original furniture, the dishes and glassware, musical instruments sitting next to the fireplace, clothes hanging in the closets that were worn by the Flavel family. All of their belongings were in the house just as if they had been there yesterday. As we walked up the staircase and into the upper hallway, there were bedrooms on both sides. I stepped into the first bedroom on the left, which was a spacious room with a large bed up against the wall. As I stood in the middle of the room I noticed the hairs on my arms standing on end, and I felt pressure on my body, it was as if someone had come up to me and pressed into me and wrapped their arms around me and was squeezing. The pressure was significant in my chest. I slowly walked across the room and stepped into an adjoining bedroom. The sensation left. When I turned around and walked back into the first bedroom, I could feel the same sensation again. I walked out into the hall and the sensation was gone. There was a woman downstairs who was greeting people and working in the home that day. I asked her about that room and who’s it was. She said it was George Flavel‘s. She mentioned he died in that bedroom, of pneumonia. When I returned home I shared my story with my daughter who had visited several years ago. She was very quiet, and asked me to show her pictures of the home. I did. She told me when she was in one of the upper bedrooms, one that belong to a woman, she experienced persistent ringing in her ears. As soon as she left that bedroom, the ringing completely disappeared.Posted 9/18/20
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