Wednesday, May 21, 2008

A Legend: Guthrie Boys Home

A persistent legend tells that a cruel nurse killed boys and buried them in the basement....or any of several other. However, residents and past "inmates" have simply laughed at the tale declaring it untrue. Searches for proof in newspapers has so far failed to find any such crimes reported. Crimes are covered up - but until more is fpound to support the legend - it must remain simply that.

5 comments:

JTL said...

Actually, someone has remodeled this location. I went by a year or so ago to “scare” my step-son and would you believe it, it just looks like a normal mansion. All lit up, it looked very pretty. It wasn’t very scary unfortunately.

Anonymous said...

I have visited this Boys Home many years ago when I was a young teenager. Some friends and I ventured there one evening to sneak in and find some "ghosts" inside. We walked around for hours with our flashlights. It was very creepy and we often thought we heard noises that would completely freak us out but we never knew what they were. We did not see anything strange or hear any voices though. I need to go back and have a look now because back then I wondered how beautiful it might look if someone gave it some attention. I can't imagine someone living there seeing as how huge the place is.

Anonymous said...

now its some kind of banquet hall that you can rent... the only thing that was scary was there tiny tiny tiny "bathroom" really just a toliet in a closet... i recomend only going number 1

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