The home that once occupied this area was said to be Erie’s first haunted house, but now, only a field remains here. The Crowley family were rich, but plagued with tragedy including murder, illness, and untimely death. One of those who was murdered (by his wife) chose to torment her in the afterlife by making a wreck of the house every midnight. After the Crowley family left, other families would occupy the lot, but not remain for that long. When the house fell into ruins, people would still report odd figures on the land, believed to be the Crowley family. Today, people report overwhelming feeling of sadness and negative emotions when they go to where the mansion once stood.
(Submitted by Chris Berglund)
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- 42.165871, -80.003118
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- Erie County, Pennsylvania
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