GHOSTS FROM THE SOUTH (KENTUCKY)
The Three Spirits of Liberty Hall, Frankfort
Frankfort is home to this historic mansion built in 1796, and owned by the John Brown family, one of Kentucky’s first senators until 1937. This is home to three different spirits. The Gray Lady, Ms. Margaret Varick traveled over 800 miles to visit during a family death, but passed of a heart attack herself within a few days. Initially buried in the garden but later moved, the spirit of an elder women dressed in gray is said to roam the property, opening and closing doors. The ghost of a Spanish opera singer from 1805 who attended a party and disappeared also still makes appearances, along with a young soldier. The soldier is said to peer longingly into a lower level window, at a lover he never attained.