Jonathan Pasco's - Real Haunted Place
This location was built in 1776 as a residence for Revolutionary War soldier Captain Jonathan Pasco. Some believe Pasco haunts the home, as apparitions of a tall, thin older man have been seen and employees say they get an uneasy feeling around the place. Doors have reportedly opened and closed on their own and a paper towel dispenser in the ladies' bathroom sometimes runs amok and spits out paper towels. Cold spots have also been reported. This location is no longer Jonathan Pasco's.
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