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The Georgetown Castle

is One of the Most Horrifying Places in America


See LaDele Sines, Director of Friends of Georgetown History, and "Castle" owner, Lynda Bazan, discuss the gruesome history of the old Gessner Residence on The Travel Channel’s Most Horrifying Places in America.

The Georgetown Castle (aka the Gessner Residence) is listed on the National Historic Register of Haunted Places and has been horrifying residents and guests to Georgetown for almost 100 years.

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Friends of Georgetown History Awarded AKCHO Award
Awarded The Single Impact Event Award for the Haunted History Tour on April 24, 2012 at MOHAI.
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Localist & FOGHi Georgetown's March 2012 Walking Tour - Yellow Umbrella
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The Seattle Sketcher visits The Castle
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The Stranger's Drunk of the Week
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2010 Haunted History Tour
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