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Waxahachie
Catfish Plantation Restaurant. The sign at the entrance to this quaint restaurant reads: “If you have a ghostly experience, please tell us!
” The quaint Victorian house was built in 1895 by a farmer named Anderson. He had a daughter, Elizabeth, who was strangled to death on her wedding day in the 1920s. She died where the Ladies’ Room is now located and became one of the ghosts of Catfish Plantation. There two others. One is a farmer named Will, who died in the house in the 1930s. The other is an elderly lady named Caroline Mooney, who died in the house in 1970. The three ghosts are responsible for the bone-numbing cold spots that move silently through the house, as well as flying objects and slamming doors. Elizabeth’s kindly presence is felt mostly in the Dining Room, where she likes to reach out and touch people. Will’s apparition is often seen on the Front Porch, while Caroline’s angry spirit is detected in the Kitchen. Ever since Melissa and Tom Baker remodeled the house into a Cajun eatery in 1984, dozens of employees, customers, and news people have witnessed paranormal manifestations here. (Waxahachie is 40 miles south of Dallas on I-35. The restaurant is at 814 Water Street, Waxahachie, TX 75165. Phone: 214-937-9468.)

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