Haunted Photography Gallery?
Art Buildings Ghosts and Spirits, Haunted, Paranormal Repurposed Properties
Haunted Photography Gallery?

Constructed in 1887 for attorney J. Monroe Shellenburger and his family, this elegant, spacious mansion was sold in 1891 and again in the early 1900s when it became a home for the deaf. Currently owned by the Salem Church, it is rumored to be a somewhat spooky place very late at night when strange, unearthly sounds beckon while the rest of the town sleeps. This quote is from Radius, Issue 035, Feb-Mar 2017, at p. 41, in an article by Marjorie Dorfman about the Pennsylvania Center for Photography, which is housed here.

Publication date Jun 24, 2018
Property ID: 11012
Updated on: Jun 12, 2019

Constructed in 1887 for attorney J. Monroe Shellenburger and his family, this elegant, spacious mansion was sold in 1891 and again in the early 1900s when it became a home for the deaf. Currently owned by the Salem Church, it is rumored to be a somewhat spooky place very late at night when strange, unearthly sounds beckon while the rest of the town sleeps. This quote is from Radius, Issue 035, Feb-Mar 2017, at p. 41, in an article by Marjorie Dorfman about the Pennsylvania Center for Photography, which is housed here.

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Location:
Pennsylvania Center for Photography , 181 E. Court St., Doylestown, Pennsylvania, 18901, United States
Listing Category:
Art Buildings Ghosts and Spirits, Haunted, Paranormal Repurposed Properties
Virtual / Real:
Virtual
Created Date:
06-24-2018
Created by
plaquemaster
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