The Frick Mansion was home to industrial magnate Henry Clay Frick and his wife Adelaide Howard Childs, who began living there in 1883 and the family moved to New York in 1900. Their youngest daughter, Helen Clay Frick, kept up the mansion all those years and then moved back in in 1981. She died three years later at age 96. The mansion was opened as a museum in 1990, and Helen Clay Frick is suspected to be the identity of at least one ghost who haunts the mansion. Employees have heard footsteps late at night. But since mysterious depressions have been found in Adelaide Frick’s bed, some say her spirit is here as well.
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- 7227 Reynolds St
Pittsburgh, PA 15208
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- 40.4484869, -79.90129709999997
- Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
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