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5 Mysteriously Abandoned Mansions

We watch movies of sinister buildings and have felt fear even when we know it’s all fiction. However, some of us are of the notion that some of these movies are true life experiences written in an enhanced form.

Coolinterestingstuff.com shared 5 mysterious haunted mansions you never knew existed.

See them below:

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The Charles M.Sublett House on Millionaire Row in Danville, Virginia. This Victorian Gothic style home was built in 1874 by Mr. Sublett for his bride Jennie Cosby. It has 3 1/2 stories and is supposedly haunted in this historic district.

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This fabulous mansion is an example of George F. Barber’s design no. 37 from “New Model Dwellings” in Fleischmanns, New York.

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Abandoned home in Paris, Texas, reportedly built and occupied by one of it’s former mayors. The front porch slightly warms what is otherwise a very cold, haunted-looking house. According to neighbors, the top-floor had been a ballroom back in the day.

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Haunted mansion in Montgomery, Alabama. one of Americas monster haunted locations, and home to a number of strange sightings

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Built in 1980, Victorian Stone Manor Built In Sharon, Pennsylvania features 22 rooms and 8 fireplaces, covering over 16,000 square feet

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