Johnathan Hager House Museum - Real Hagerstown Haunted Place
Dating back to 1730, stories say this home is haunted by two families. One is the Hammonds, who resided here in the 1840s, and the Downins who lived at the home during the Civil War-era. Haunting reports include voices, footsteps and lights that turn off by themselves. Some say the Downin children are to blame for a comcob doll that moves around, and the reason why cameras tend to not work properly in the residence.
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