NC’s Korner’s Folly house declared haunted
KERNERSVILLE, N.C. (AP) ó The Kernersville house billed as the Strangest House in the World just got a little stranger.
The News & Record of Greensboro reported Thursday that the Southern Paranormal and Anomaly Research Society declared that the 19th century home known as Korner’s (pronounced Kerner’s) Folly is haunted.
The group held a news conference Wednesday, saying its investigators made recordings that revealed several disembodied voices and some mysterious specks of light.
Investigator Deonna Kelli Sayed says there are plenty of ways to debunk the evidence if you don’t believe in ghosts. But she says there’s really no other explanation for the evidence the group found.
The Web site for the house says it has 22 rooms spread over three floors and seven levels, with ceiling heights ranging from 6 feet to 25 feet.