Sandlin House - Real Punta Gorda Haunt
This remodeled Victorian-style home is around 120 years old and is said to be haunted by the then-owner, James Sandlin's 14-year-old daughter Mary Leah. She died in 1909 after spilling kerosene on herself while ironing on the front porch. There have been reports of footsteps near her old bedroom and a closet door that refuses to stay closed.
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When me and my family went there, there were footprints everywhere, even thought hasn't rained or anything.Posted 6/6/23
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