Why did we rate this "Confirmed"? Because multiple sources off the internet sites have experienced paranormal activity at this location & therefore warrants a rating of "Confirmed".
What's the tale? Kehoe House is now a bed and breakfast that is home to the spirits of William and Annie Kehoe and some of their children. William and Annie Kehoe were the original owners who were madly in love and had 10 surviving children. There were others Annie lost in miscarriage and others they lost from childhood accidents (their 5 year old twin sons died while playing in the chimney). Annie haunts mostly rooms 201 and 203 appearing to the guests who stay in those rooms. She can also be seen walking about the third floor. William can be seen walking throughout the house and seems to be keeping an eye on things. He has been known to make all the doors in the house, on all floors, open by themselves! There are lights that come from unknown sources, the sounds of children playing, the children will touch the guests while they sleep or sit downstairs... many have experienced this gorgeous haunted mansion and its spirits.
What do we know as fact? Thanks to this site we know the house was built in 1892 by William Kehoe for his wife Anne Flood and their family. The couple lived there with their ten children. The Kehoe family residence was sold in 1930 by family members and it went on over the next 60 years to be a boarding house, funeral parlor, and was the home of Joe Namath. In 1990 Joe Namath sold the house and after a 2-year restoration project opened its doors as a B&B which is how it operates currently being sold one more time in 2003 to HLC Hotels. You will see by the Kehoe website the internet claims of hauntings and paranormal activity are confirmed.
Thoughts: The hauntings are reiterated on the Kehoe House website and considering the number of people who lived and visited there and have experienced paranormal activity of all kinds the house is obviously the real McCoy.Tags: Kehoe House