The historic mansion of Mark Twain house in which live ghosts
American writer Mark Twain became famous forthe whole world is far from being alone books about the adventures of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn. A haunted house, which the great writer left behind, has not been letting lovers tickle their nerves for more than half a century by communicating with otherworldly forces.
From 1874 to 1891 Mark Twain lived in the GothicThe mansion in the city of Hartford in Connecticut. It was there that he composed his best works: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and The Adventures of Tom Sawyer.
The gothic mansion of Twain was designedspecially invited from New York by the architect Eduard Tuckerman Potter. Decoration of the interior (walls and ceilings of common rooms) was handled by the artist and designer of the world name Louis Comfort Tiffany.
Once Mark Twain went with his family to Europe. At this time, his beloved daughter Susie died from meningitis, and after that the writer never returned to the mansion: memories caused him unbearable mental suffering.
In 1903 the house was sold, it opened a schooland a library. In 1962, the ancient mansion was recognized as a national historical monument of the United States, and it earned a museum of Mark Twain. After that, paranormal phenomena began to appear in the house.
In the 1960s, museum workers began to observe thehouse inexplicable things, for example, the smell of cigars in the billiard room and the office or the appearance of a woman in a white nightgown of the Victorian era, which they take for the late daughter of writer Susie. October is the most mystical month of the year, and on the eve of Halloween, Mark Twain's house museum is especially pleased with visitors.