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Haunted Houses - Arnett-Fullen House

Arnett-Fullen House


Why did we rate this "Confirmed"? Because multiple sources off the internet sites have experienced paranormal activity at this location & therefore warrants a rating of "Confirmed".

What's the tale? The Arnett-Fullen House is home to objects falling from the wall, a ringing telephone with no one on the other end, flickering lights and more. It hosts the legends and the spirits of two separate families, the Arnetts and the Fullens. It is open to the public and offers tours.

What do we know as fact? Thanks to this site we know the Arnett-Fullen home was built by business heir William Arnett with the monies he inherited from his successful father Anthony Arnett. The house is amazing, an architectural masterpiece that anyone would be awe-struck by. There is not any documentation showing whether or not any of the family members died in the home but we know that 5 of the 9 Arnett children did not live to see adulthood.

Thoughts: The home has had multiple cases of paranormal activity documented by those who live, work in or visit the home. Considering the timeframe it is from and the activities and people that lived in the home when it was a primary residence there is no doubt any of its previous tenants could be staying for the long-haul.