The reports are mostly items being moved about with no explanation and an
unknown female apparition has been sighted. No one knows who or what could
be responsible for the odd occurences.
Located behind the Old Christ Church, the Lear-Rocheblave House was the last
stop on the tour. It was also the last site to visit in the Pensacola
Historical Village. The Pensacola Historical Society has just recently come
into ownership of the house and the upstairs, where all the paranormal
manifestations occur, was off limits due to restoration work. We were,
however, shown about the ground floor, showing us the most modern house on
the tour as of yet—around the turn of the century.
As soon as the tour was over, Kurt and I left the
Village for our next planned site, the Lighthouse at Pensacola Bay.
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