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This Classic Revival building is San Francisco's only intact residence designed by Arthur Page Brown. Brown was injured in a horse-drawn buggy near his Burlingame home when the horse bolted, and he died soon afterwards at the age of thirty-six. Frank Van Trees completed the unfinished design of the Queen House.
By Patti Reynolds
In the well known often toured Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco is the supposedly haunted Chambers Mansion. Originally built in 1887 and named after its first owner, Richard Chambers, who was a silver mine tycoon.
Legend goes that Chambers lived here with his two nieces who hated each other. When Chambers died in 1901, the nieces inherited the mansion.
One sister reportedly bought the house next door and moved in while the other sister, Claudia, stayed. Claudia reportedly loved pigs but met her fate one day when she was nearly cut in half from what her family called a "farm implementation accident." Though many believe her ghost haunts the property others state their is something more sinister then her that has marked the property as being actually 100% haunted.
2220 Sacramento Street Between Laguna and Buchanan
Pacific Heights originally Built 1887
This house many will state was built by and for Richard Craig Chambers, but many believe that this fact is not a whole truth. Chambers they say made his fortune in the silver mines of Utah before moving to San Francisco in 1887. But in what many researchers often tell he made every move with the help of spirits and ghosts of family members that had proceeded him in death.
Although many mistakenly have out right dishonestly stated that Chambers was a member of the Senate e and known as a"Utah State Senator," Utah did not become a state until 1897, ten years after the Chambers Mansion was built. He was actually in California when the Senate seat was occupied.
The chambers hauntings seem to many to be more of exaggerated facts twisted with truths. Chambers lived in the haunted house with two nieces. And from what many local peoples stories tell they held séances to call up their dead mother and father, siblings and strangers ghosts to question. It has also been mentioned that they the nieces dabbled in witchcraft, voodoo and spiritism and many unmentionable dark arts. Some believe Chambers was the root of the hauntings by unscrupulous deeds, but some old urban tales state that he brought his own ghost and demons with him when he arrived.
When Chambers died in 1901, the two nieces inherited the property and were immediately haunted by their uncles ghosts. this many believe was because as his cold corpse lied still in it's coffin before he could be buried they actually summoned his spirit to come forth which for ever bound him to the home. And others tell that because from the other side he saw what they were involved with and did not like it he continued to haunt the nieces night and day.
The urban legend says that one sister built a house just right next door and moved into it, although the neighboring Queen and Slack Houses were built prior to 1901. The other sister remained in the Chambers Mansion and met a grisly and mysterious end. She was found cut almost in half. Her relatives maintained that she had suffered a "farm implementation accident," but others suspected that she was murdered by an insane family member who had escaped from confinement in the attic. Though none of this is in public record the fact that she was cut in half is often the noted tragedy that ended her life. A local Ghost expert Jim Fassbinder, who conducts haunted home tours in San Francisco, "claims that an insane member of the Chambers family, who was kept in the attic, chased Claudia downstairs into the Josephine room and killed her." The mansion was eventually converted to the Mansion Hotel in 1977, where celebs such as Barbra Streisand, Robert DeNiro and Robin Williams stayed. Many guests have reported strange occurrences while staying there.
Many who take the San Francisco ghost Hunt Ghost Tour with Jim Fassbinder,as their guide love his storytelling and often question him over the chambers house ghosts. Please call 415-922-5590 for the latest information! RESERVATIONS ARE NOT REQUIRED. But when visiting this location he is the man to see.
The San Francisco Ghost Hunt visits San Francisco’s most notorious historic haunted places and YOU MEET REAL GHOSTS FROM WILD AND ROMANTIC TIMES GONE BY! You hear thrilling ghost stories based on documented research, touch eerie haunted artifacts, frequently feel a fearful chill, get ghosts caught in cameras, and many other ways experience spirits at enchanting haunted mansions. Something unexplainable happens on almost every Ghost Hunt. You may simply be enraptured by the neighborhood history, the metaphysical mystery and overflow of good natured entertainment. You will enjoy nearly three hours of guaranteed unearthly FUN! We walk for a mile in a safe quiet neighborhood on tree lined streets with fine Victorian architecture. There is one moderate hill, the views are spectacular and the pace is easy. Departing year-round, rain or starshine, from the lobby of the beautiful Queen Anne Hotel, 1590 Sutter Street, corner of Sutter and Octavia, six nights a week at 7:00pm, closed Tuesdays. $20 per person, kids under 16 $10. Cash and treaveler's checks only, please. (Not recommended for kids under 8.)
Arthur Page Brown's ghost is who many believe still haunts the house they believe this is the case because his original plans and ideas were not carried out. One gruesome tale often implied was that he or actual evil spirits from beyond the grave would come upon them daily and actually have sexual contact with the two nieces at different times of the day and night which many say drove them to madness. Though all of this is up to conjecture it still makes a good haunted tale to tell.
Today the home is the well respected Mansion Hotel. Many guests have reported strange occurrences while staying there. Many simple hauntings such as things being moved to echoing voices and many reporting having overwhelming nightmares and strange experiences while staying there. These occurrences ranging from rom being slapped across the face or pulled from their beds as they sleep by unseen forces many new tales arise often. Some paranormal investigators do report it as being the most haunted house in San Francisco while still others write it off as tourist trade fodder and say the hauntings are nothing more then over active imaginations.
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In the prestigious Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco is the Chambers Mansion, which was built in 1887 and named after its first owner, Richard Chambers, who was a silver mine tycoon. Legend goes that Chambers lived here with his two nieces who hated each other. When Chambers died in 1901, the nieces inherited the mansion. One reportedly bought the house next door and moved in while the other sister, Claudia, stayed. Claudia reportedly loved pigs but met her fate one day when she was nearly cut in half from what her family called a "farm implementation accident."
Ghost expert Jim Fassbinder, who conducts haunted home tours in San Francisco, "claims that an insane member of the Chambers family, who was kept in the attic, chased Claudia downstairs into the Josephine room and killed her." The mansion was eventually converted to the Mansion Hotel in 1977, where celebs such as Barbra Streisand, Robert DeNiro and Robin Williams stayed. Many guests have reported strange occurrences while staying there.
Sprague Mansion Cranston, R.I.
One of Cranston's most prosperous families, the Sprague family, owned Cranston Print Works, a textile mill that was the first to make calico prints and help pioneer chemical bleaching. When William Sprague died in 1836, he left the business to his two sons, Amasa and William II. Amasa concentrated on the family business while William II focused on politics, serving as a U.S. Representative, governor and U.S. Senator. On Dec. 31, 1843, Amasa was found shot and beaten on the road between his textile mill and his mansion. A man was hanged for the crime, but later found to be innocent. The true killer was never found. The Sprague family's fortunes eventually faded and the Sprague Mansion changed ownership many times until the Cranston Historical Society saved it from demolition in 1967.
Hauntings of the mansion most often observed include Amasa in the wine cellar and a spirit thought to be "Charlie the butler" descending the main stairway. Legend goes that Charlie's hopes and dreams of riches were dashed when his daughter did not marry the wealthy homeowner's son.
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Who killed Andrew and Abby Borden with an ax on the morning of Aug. 4, 1892 in this Fall River, Mass., home? To this day, no one truly knows. Lizzie Borden, the daughter of Andrew and stepdaughter of Abby, became the prime suspect and eventually, the subject of a popular children's rhyme.
Andrew was a widowed cabinet-maker and had two daughters, Lizzie and Emma Lenora. In 1865, he married Abby Durfee Gray and then in 1872, he bought the home so he could be closer to the city's downtown district. Reports say the Bordens were not a loving family unit and the stresses of step relatives created much tension in the house, which were only escalated by the Borden girls' fears that their father was bequeathing his assets and property to the stepmother's side of the family. Lizzie was indicted for the crime, and then acquitted by a jury. It was the trial of the century. She and her sister eventually moved to a home on French Street, and the murder home is now a bed-and-breakfast where Andrew and Abby are said to still roam.
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