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By John Ward
April 7, 1966 - The Evening Telegram - Superior, Wisconsin 

In the new book at the public library titled, "Ghosts I've Met," Hans Holzer, the author, makes reference to incidents at a home in Superior that was presumably haunted.

The author credits Gene Lundholm of California, a student of occult, with the story.  She related to the author that "We moved to a house in 1900 . . . renting it from a church which had used it as a parsonage."

The woman related to the author that her mother had told them, after they had grown older, that a man stood at the foot of her bed staring at her . . . then the apparition disappeared into thin air.

The minister's wife had told Mama it was a "bad house" but did not say why . . . A man named William Penn once lived in it . . . His daughter was supposed to have looked like me . . . the account goes on.

The house was later sold to a hospital for a nurses training home . . . Lundholm said, "I happened to tell one of the girls who trained there that we lived there . . . the trainee said she had been expelled from the school for nursing because the authorities said she had been drunk when she reported having seen a man in this particular room when she came home."

 


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Revised: September 28, 2004