Bush-Holley House - Cos Cob CT Real Haunt
The Bush-Holley House in Cos Cob is believed to be haunted by the ghost of a girl who was once a slave. Before the state of Connecticut abolished slavery, the owners of the home owned slaves as servants. The slaves lived in the attic of the house, which is now on display in the museum. The girl's ghost is known to linger in the old wash house of the Bush-Holley House. Local author, Anya Seton believed that the young girl died of a contagious disease and would make herself known by screaming.
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