The Anna Jarvis Birthplace Museum is known for its historic tours, but did you know there's some paranormal activity there too?
That's why for the first time ever, the museum is going to be open for ghost tours this Friday and Saturday night.
On November 7th and 8th, you can look all throughout the house for the five spirits that dwell there.
First off, there's Alonzo, the firstborn son of the Jarvis family. He died in 1853 when he was only two-years-old from a childhood illness. He's said to visit the master bedroom.
Another presence in the house is the Woman in Black. She starts at the front door and walks elegantly up the staircase. Once she reaches the top, she vanishes. Those that work at the museum think this is Ann Jarvis, Anna's mother.
George is another ghost at the house. Museum officials think he's a Civil War solider. The house used to serve as Union Headquarters for General McClellan during the Civil War.
There are two more spirits in the house, but it's unclear exactly who they are. Some think it may be two of Anna's siblings, her sisters Clara and Columbia.
If you want to learn more or make a reservation for a ghost tour, visit their website by clicking here
or call 304-265-5549