Historical house of Mark Twain: The house in which they live ghosts
• Historical house of Mark Twain: the house where ghosts live
The American writer Mark Twain, famous throughout the world is not some books about the adventures of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn. Haunted House, who left behind a great writer, for over half a century is haunted by fans to tickle your nerves communicating with otherworldly forces.
From 1874 to 1891, Mark Twain lived in a Gothic mansion in the city of Hartford in Connecticut. It was there that he wrote his best works: "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" and "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer."
Gothic Twain mansion was designed specially invited from New York architect Edward Takermanom Potter. Interior decor (walls and ceilings common rooms) engaged artist and designer of world renown Louis Comfort Tiffany.
Mark Twain once went with his family to Europe. At this time, she died of meningitis his favorite daughter, Suzy, and after that the writer never returned to the mansion: memories caused him unbearable distress.
In 1903 the house was sold, there opened a school and a library. In 1962, the old mansion has been recognized as a national historical monument of the US, and it has earned the Mark Twain Museum. After that, the house began to be observed paranormal.
In the 1960s, workers began to see the museum in the house of unexplained things, such as the smell of a cigar in the billiard room and the office, or the appearance of a woman in a white nightgown of the Victorian era, which was taken as the deceased's daughter Susie writer. October - the most mystical month of the year, and in anticipation of Halloween house-museum of Mark Twain particularly delighted visitors.