‘The Haunting of Oakwood Manor’ By Cathy LaForge Tonkin

We bought a home in the 1990s from an 80 year old woman whos father had built it in 1914. It was a beautiful example of the Mission Style of that era. After moving in we had many strange things happen around the house that we couldn’t explain. Little did we know that the manor was a stigmatised property and we would have to make room in our home life for visitors from the beyond.

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