On the surface, each location might seem inviting and warm.
A staid brick building on Franklin College’s campus serves as the nerve center of the school. A renovated cabaret theater where patrons listen to music, comedy routines and vaudeville shows.
In the middle of a country road near Amity, a small monument has been made around a gravesite that family members refused to have moved.
But each of these places has a haunted history.