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this house always gave me the creeps as i drove by..then i noticed it was abadoned...I asked around and found out A Mrs Coffee live there..known as the town meanie..she had a hard life..her only son was killed in a car accident..her husband committed sucide..she had a daughter but noone knew anything about her...

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The basement held the sad reminders..a buys and girls bike for children long gone...

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the old lady had started hoarding...

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the house was unlivable who knows how she got around

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books were everywhere

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several rooms were so pack all i could do was poke my camera in the door

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that painting came home with me..

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this was the master bedroom..it was impassable

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i think the old lady slept in the bathtub

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now to the really creepy room...judging by the art it looks like late 60s early 70's

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wow weaird as hell..seems the daught noone knew about left as a young child or died with the brother in the same accident...because her bed room is largly unchanged since the 1970s

 

 

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A very strange room

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the kitchen was the only toom in the hoiuse that seemed normal

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it was once a nice house..

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i watched as workers picked over the house..i saw them smiling with arm fulls of stuff they decided to keep...i went in a few more times to find it almost completely stripped...i found dolls in unopened boxes..it was near chirstmas time so i took them and out them in the donation boxes for kids..before the other scavangers could grab them..they tore the house down..and quickly built another who sold quickly a new familt now lives on this spot....

 

I caught several voices thought my walkthough gost of this haunted doll house...makes me wonder if the new house is haunted too...

 

 

 

 

 

 

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What a mess. But some nice pics.  I like the dolls and the chandelier.

 

Hmm ... I'm sorry, but I absolutely can't hear any voices on the video. Althought I watched it a second time at maximum volume. All I can hear are your own sounds: only sounds of your movements through this messy house. 

In my view, it's simply imagination to hear voices there. Sorry, but that's my opinion ... 

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have someone watch it with you.see if they hear them....the voices are very clear...a man saying judith sounds as clear as anything

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1 hour ago, yonaguni said:

have someone watch it with you.see if they hear them....the voices are very clear...a man saying judith sounds as clear as anything

 

I watched it again with a female friend. She also couldn't hear any voices of ghosts ...

 

Here in the forum are many other people.
So I ask them: Can anyone hear voices of ghosts in the video??

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With houses like this it's very sad to see people's possessions and memories left to be looted. 

As for ghost voices, to be honest I could only hear the film maker breathing and their footsteps. 

Thanks for posting the report  :thumb

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Yeah places like these seem to get looted quite quickly once they're discovered, but it was nice you removed some toys for the kids charity :) 

 

I haven't watched the video as it's not really my thing but good report of a place with an interesting history :thumb 

 

Oh, and there a few of the pictures not displaying, if you can repair them do so please, if not re-post them below and i'll add them into the report :) Thanks.

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i found a nearby grave that showed the grave of a 10yr old girl who died in 1970.nothing about a son.....same name as the lady who lived there..it says  the woman died in 2006...her house must have been empty for 10 years

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