Life Size Haunted Doll House

A Doll 11We are looking to see who may be interested in a coming investigation. In early September we will be hosting a 5 hour ghost hunt in a life-size, haunted doll house in Littleton, NC. This is a farm house filled with hundreds of dolls; even the kitchen and the bathrooms are covered in dolls. No matter where you go in this house, hundreds of little faces stare at you.

The owner has even walked into the house at night and had one of the dolls talk to her, “Mama I’m hungry, feed me applesauce!”

No one has ever investigated this before, this will be the first paranormal investigation of this house.

Please let us know if you are interested in joining us for the investigation. The price is $85 per person, with group rates available. The date is still up in the air so please let us know if you are interested in a particular day and we will work with the owner to try an accommodate your request.

People and Places with Pierce: Paranormal activity at the Dollhouse

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Activty in the Person’s Ordinary

The Person’s Ordinary in Littleton is the oldest Historical Landmark in Halifax County, North Carolina. Built in 1739 on the stagecoach road running from Hillsborough to Halifax, one of the main routes of the time period. It is called by Person’s Ordinary as it was owned by Thomas Person and an Ordinary was a place for “ordinary” men to sleep, as the wealthy and connected travelled with letters of introduction and stayed at manor houses during their travels.

We went to the Ordinary to see what we could find, as we had no personal experience with any activity. We got some great evidence, particularly with the K-II meters.

 

 

Some Early Evidence!

This photo was taken with a flash in a dark stairwell. Note the shadow on the left, climbing the stairs and the wall.

This photo was taken with a flash in a dark stairwell. Note the shadow on the left, climbing the stairs and the wall.

This photo was taken right after the previous photo. Note the shadow on the left is gone, but now there is a shadow on the  right hand side.

This photo was taken right after the previous photo. Note the shadow on the left is gone, but now there is a shadow on the right hand side.

We had a great time with the tours this weekend. We had a tour on both Friday and Saturday and were actually permitted into the back wing of the old school. (This is kept off limits to tours and visitors for safety reasons as there are holes in both the roof and the floor.)

In the back of the hallway is a stairwell to the second floor. As the second floor is entirely out of comisssion, no one uses these stairs.

When the first two photos were taken neither Stephen, the photographer, nor anyone standing with him noticed anything odd. The shadows were only spotted afterwards, while going through the evidence.

On the second night, Stephen went back to the same area to purposely try to debunk the shadows, trying to use different angles to recreate them. He even had people standing on either side of him to help the shadows along, but no shadows appeared.

Look at the photos on the left and let us know what you think.

This photo was taken under the same conditions as the other two. Note the lack of shadows.

This photo was taken under the same conditions as the other two. Note the lack of shadows.

Special Ghost Hunt Dates Scheduled

Person's Ordinary Time Lapse Alston HouseWe are happy to announce some extra dates for some 4-hour ghost hunts focusing on the 1895 Alston House and the Person’s Ordinary. If you are an experienced paranormal investigator, you can take advantage of having access to 2 historic buildings with quite a bit of recorded activity.

If you are interested in the paranormal but have not been on an investigation before, we have basic equipment, and will explain the ins and outs of a ghost hunt to you.

The hunt will begin in Person’s Ordinary, which is the oldest landmark in Halifax county built in 1739. We will give you the history of the building, and both the reported activity as well as what we have been able to document on previous visits.

Depending on the level of activity and the desire of the investigators, we will then go to the Alston House. Built in 1895 this house has a mysterious past and a lot of unique features that are still being uncovered, and a lot of activity experienced by both the owners and visitors to the house.

The dates for the 4-hour hunts are:

Friday, October 17th 6:30 – 10:30

Saturday, October 18th 6:30 – 10:30

Saturday, November 15th 6:30 – 10:30

Friday, November 21 6:30 – 10:30

We are already receiving sign-ups and spots are limited, so don’t wait to RSVP here.

Latest Tour Dates!

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The new dates are up!

The current dates for the tours are currently scheduled for:

October 10-11 6:30-8:30

October 24-25 6:30-8:30

Friday October 31 from 6:30 – 8:30

Saturday November 1 from 6:30 – 8:30

November 28 6:30-8:30

*Select dates  can be converted into a 4 hour ghost hunt please email us at info@hauntedlittleton.com for more information.

To RSVP please click here.