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Upon glancing through The Will to Murder, which my brother purchased at the house, Angie realized that each and every picture she was looking at was indeed ONLY of Elizabeth.The only room that REALLY caught Angie’s eye was Elizabeth’s bedroom with the beautiful pink and green quilt on the bed and the georgus work on the fireplace, also in pink and green.I heard a lound scream coming from the second floor and figured a girl might have fallen or been playing with a sibling.To my amazement I must have been the only on to hear it as no one said a word or reacted to it.On the 3rd floor, there’s a bedroom just to the right of the stairway, which later I found out was Elizabeth’s bedroom.When I went in that room, it just felt “creepy”, and as I listened to the tour guide talk, I felt the hair on the back of my neck stand up.I had never heard about the murders until after the tour while reading the book about it later that day. there were lots of chilly areas and freaky sounds from upstairs. i was ounce at the glensheen house on a tour and in the middle of the tour i had to use the bathroom. and all the sudden this lady in a white and black dress appeeared and said help me. Miss Elisabeth Congdon, who was in her 80’s, and her night nurse, Velma Pietila were murdered on June 27, 1977 at Glensheen. My husband, 4 year old daughter, and I were at the Glensheen on 11/05/05 for a tour.when we were at the bottom of the stairs we heard what sounded like footsteps coming from the stairs. My husband and I, of course, had heard about the murders, but nothing was mentioned to our 4 yr. When we were in Elizabeth’s bedroom, our daughter suddenly said she was scared and started to cry.
I knew which bathroom the murderer cleaned up in before I even read the book. It was all so creepy when we into the different floors it went to different temperatures. i heard from someone that heard from someone that heard from her cousin that elizabeth was smothered with a pillow and that her nurse was blodgened to death with a candle stick.
I walked through it and felt no “coldness” like some people have described.
I sense that none of you are sincere and you only wish you’d run into a ghaslty apparition. I have been to Glensheen for 2 different tours and have been on all the floors.
Angie also told me that for 10 minutes, while she, my father and my brother were waiting for the rest of the group, they stood in the exact spot where the nurses’ body was found. the Very Top floor is closed to the public because there is only one staircase that goes up and down and isn’t safe incase of a fire.
The whole 10 minutes, Angie said she was bouncing back and forth ready to get a mood on. Elizabeth and her nurse were murdered on the 2nd floor with the majority of the rooms, where the tour will always be allowed to go. Like when my friend and I and some other people were led into the room Elizabeth Congdon was murdered.
i remember being just terrified walking through the mansion. Indeed murders took place, but that isn’t why the staff do not talk about the murders.