You've likely seen it heading north on Clovis Avenue, just south of Shaw. The house. That creepy haunted house featured on so many ghost hunting shows. "Oh my head bro. Put you're hands around my neck and squeeze, I know you're in there."
It's Wolfe Manor, named after current owner Todd Wolfe. And it is so much more than meets the eye. "It seems like the door should creek or something. Can we leave it propped open? Yeah."
The house was built in 1922. The homeowners lost it during the depression and it later became a sanitarium and convalescent hospital. Wolfe bought the home in 1999 as a venue for his eight year Halloween attraction "Scream If You Can". Neighbor complaints shut it down, so the house now sits vacant. 'Til it's re-invented once again as a haunted hotel.
"I get emails daily. I get emails, facebook. It's absolutely crazy for all over the world that people want to come here," says Todd Wolfe. They want to come to experience the next interesting chapter for this 85-hundred square foot, 89-year-old craftsman style home that many believe is haunted.
In fact, Wolfe says it may be the most famous haunted location in the country. "This place is different and i don't know why. I can't explain it. Call it what you want if it's spirits, ghosts, whatever, but there's activity in this house."
"This will probably be one of the most famous rooms for people to rent." Wolfe says paranormal experts have detected spirit of a woman named "Mary" in this bedroom.
And the spirit of a man named "George" is another "According to a lot of psychics there's a gentleman up here and he's very disgruntled. He does not like men. But he toys with women"
The question now is will he toy with guests who book this room? "You're like, okay, time to go." Not a question for the faint of heart.
"It's going to be a huge tourist attraction for the city of Clovis. It's going to be a destination" A destination for what's sure to be a memorable stay in the Wolfe Manor Hotel.