Manhattan’s Most Haunted House
Brewster sold the house to Seabury Tredwell, a wealthy New York merchant, for $18,000. Tredwell’s daughter, Gertrude, was born in the house in 1840, and lived there until her death in an upstairs bedroom in 1933. Three years later, the perfectly preserved home opened to the public as a museum. The house was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1965.
PS Things are a bit off right now and I am behind with my blogging activities. I missed bunch of posts by people who I follow on regular bases. I will be in California for a few weeks. My laptop crashed and a dog ate my homework. I will fix the computer problem and talk to my dog….Yes, I have a plan…
Man falls from the pursuit of the ideal of plan living and high thinking the moment he wants to multiply his daily wants. Man’s happiness really lies in contentment.