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House of Death: A building with a notoriously dark history. Once home to Mark Twain, this property boasthauntings by 22 ghosts - one of which, is Mark Twain himself. The home was trasformed into 10 separate apartments in 1937. The property has beeen visited by numerous paranormal investigators over the years, many of which claim to have sensed a lady in white, a young child and a gray cat.

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The Hauntings of 14 West 10th Street, NYC’s “House of Death”

Nicknamed the “House of Death,” 14 West 10th Street is supposedly haunted by 22 ghosts, the most famous of which is Mark Twain, who resided there from 1900-1901.


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