Originally constructed as a one room log cabin by Moses Austin to be used as a store and post office just
before the turn of the 19th century , the building eventually grew into an 18 room residence. It is thought
to be haunted by Frank J. Flynn. Flynn was a banker, possibly embroiled in a financial scandal, whom
suicided in the home in 1932 by shooting himself in the heart with a .38 caliber revolver. Rumors persist
that the suicide may have actually been a covered up murder- perhaps Flynn’s own brother as the killer.
People have witnessed apparitions, shadow figures, cold spots, and being touched.