Return to Edinburg Manor

“No one can tell what goes on in between the person you were and the person you become. No one can chart that blue and lonely section of hell. There are no maps of the change. You just come out the other side.

Or you don’t.”
―Stephen King, The Stand 

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I have previously written about Edinburg Manor: link1, link2.

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I went back to Edinburgh Manor again to drop off some photographs. I of course had to take a few more while I was there, and drop off some books for my favorite little ghost girl. I walked the books down to her room, placed them on one of the beds, and spoke softly to her as I began shooting. I immediately felt my skin prickle, and my head swirled as I crouched to be on eye-level with the large Raggedy Ann doll. “Are you using my energy to try and materialize?” As soon as I asked the question, the dizziness increased to the point I had to sit down.

My husband called me back to the front of the building, and the instant I left the room all of the symptoms went away.

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In addition to the new Raggedy Ann doll, I noticed a new ventriloquist doll perched on the yellow couch with the other two, sneering out at everyone who passed by.

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Another room now contains an actual coffin. Yes, you read that correctly, a casket! They said they really felt The Manor needed a casket, Cindy replied, when asked why someone donated a casket.

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If you have yet to book a tour of The Manor, you truly never know what you might see when you get there.

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Spots for tours and even overnight ghost hunts fill up quickly, so contact Cindy today! Link to Edinburgh Manor.

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Down the street from The Manor, is this really cool abandoned house, and the hula hoop tree. The first hula hoop ended up on a branch by accident, and people just started hanging them on the tree thereafter.
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 Also down the street is an abandoned house, with the front door wide open.
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Trish Eklund is the owner and creator of Abandoned, Forgotten, & Decayed, and Family Fusion Community, an online resource for blended families of all types. Trish’s photography has been featured on Only in Nebraska, ListVerse, Nature Takes Over and Pocket Abandoned. Check out the new Bonanza Store for AFD merchandise! Follow on Instagram and Facebook. Trish is regularly featured on The MightyHuffington Post Divorce, and Her View From Home.  She has also been featured on Making Midlife Matterand The Five Moms, and has an essay in the anthology, Hey, Who’s In My House? Stepkids Speak Out by Erin Mantz.
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