17 Jan

The Lizzie Borden Bed & Breakfast Museum in Fall River, MA has announced something very unique and a FIRST for B&B’s:  GHOST CAM.  If you’re into the paranormal, you can subscribe and conduct your own experiments right from the comfort of your home!

This is really something special – almost like a gift to those who are fascinated by the ghostly and paranormal activities experienced by guests and employees alike at this famous home to Lizzie Borden and the infamous hatchet murders of 1892.  Many believe the place is haunted or at least active to some degree.  Even I, still a skeptic as to the place being haunted, have had my own scary experience of the unexplainable inside this structure.

What Donald Woods and Lee-ann Wilber have done here is unique.  I have to hand it to Mr. Woods:  Everything he has said he was going to do with the property when he purchased it back in 2004, he has done.  And I have to hand it to Lee-ann as the manager – her ability to give the best bang for the buck and has been on an upward trajectory since she greeted her very first visitors. The hostess with the mostess. šŸ™‚

You don’t have been interested in the paranormal, however, to have a wonderful stay by occupying the same space where history in the annals of most mysterious crimes took place. The ambience will transport you to 1892 and you will come to understand the family dynamic in a new light.

I’m wishing the best success for the Lizzie Borden B&B in this new and exciting endeavor!


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  1. Donna Johnstone

    January 20, 2011 at 12:58 PM

    I use to live in fall river mass right near lizzie’s house and even to this day it still has that scary looks as if dsomeone is still living inside and just waiting for someone to come through the door. I have always wondered what it looked like inside that house but was always too afraid to go on a tour of it. alot of tales still go around about the things that lizzie supposively did to her family in that house.i do not think that she could have done that but who am i to say i am not a detective,


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