Mulberry Manor - Sweetwater TX Real Haunted Places
- 1400 Sam Houston Street
- Sweetwater, TX
Mulberry Manor no longer operates as a bed and breakfast inn and may be up for sale as of 2016. The location was once a hospital during the Civil War and a mental institution in the early 1900s. People say they have spotted the apparition of a Civil War general as a reflection all throughout the home, and the shoes of a nurse have been heard walking down the concrete stairways. This is quite strange since the stairs have been carpeted for many years now. Visitors have reported feeling eerie presences and said items have gone missing and have been found hidden in the back of various cabinets.
it was 6th grade and my best friend of the time lived in the house. it was 2010 I believe. Her family wasn't home, the doors where locked and we were alone. We went down into the basement and the lights had start to flicker and about the same time we started hearing footsteps along the main floor. slow, heavy footsteps. There was this chair that was by the steps in the basement, and by the time we had gotten back to the steps, the chair was moved to block the stairs... ill never go back to that house, even though that was the only expiernce I've had, I still felt a presence. My friend also claimed that she was friends with a ghost who appeared as a little girl. I never believed her, until we had that experience.Posted 5/30/18
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