Hunter Mansion

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The library of the 1874 mansion is rumoured to be haunted. The apparition of a woman in an old-fashioned dress, perhaps the wife of the original owner, has appeared to visitors on several occasions.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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260 Main Street
Tidioute, PA
United States

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41.682607, -79.39988699999998
Warren County, Pennsylvania
Nearest Towns:
Tidioute, PA (0.2 mi.)
Pleasantville, PA (11.2 mi.)
Youngsville, PA (12.4 mi.)
Tionesta, PA (13.3 mi.)
Titusville, PA (14.6 mi.)
Starbrick, PA (14.8 mi.)
Hydetown, PA (17.0 mi.)
Clarendon, PA (17.2 mi.)
Warren, PA (17.2 mi.)
Spartansburg, PA (17.6 mi.)


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  1. I know one of the caretakers here. She’s said that she’s seen some crazy stuff in the past. Saw a woman once out of the corner of her eye and she was gone. She said that she’s seen it several times. Trying to get her to hook me up with a night visit 🙂

  2. I have a local paranormal group and wonder if they would be willing to have us come in and see if we can find any proof. Any one have contact info?

    • I am the niece of the owners. I would LOVE to have a paranormal investigation team look into the mansion. I’ll ask them <3

      • Hello Reji, I was wondering if you have gotten in contact with your Aunt and Uncle? I never got a message saying there was a reply to this, so I am sorry for being so long on a comment.

      • Brenda Cancilla  |  

        I was reading this article and I have a local team, and we would love to investigate it for you. We have a Facebook page you can checkout it’s called Kindred Spirits Paranormal Team. Please reach out to us if still interested.

  3. My dad grew up in Tidioute in the 20s and 30s and said their was an old house on a hill in town that he said the kids and himself would hear baby cries and saw apparitions in the windows of the house, and it was abandoned at the time. He said he saw many bright lights interweaving through the trees in the surrounding forests of the area.

    • This was my great grandparent’s home. My parents used to take us there for day trips when we were in the area. I never had any paranormal experiences there, but we used to love playing in the attic in a the old clothes, and running the elevator up and down. My kids enjoyed doing the same, until it was sold. Very sad day for me. Such a beautiful old home!

  4. The mansion was recently purchased within my family. I had the privilege to film a short independent film within the mansion. All went smoothly but upon reviewing the footage there is orbs flying around the actors and even a shadow walk past at one point. The room was made dark to avoid shadows in the first place and there was no draft to cause dust to fly in the way of the cameras. The other actors and I firmly believe it was paranormal activity.

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