Haunted Hannum House
Ghost Hunters
 




Glen Mills, Pennsylvania
Haunted Hannum House (Ghost Hunters) - TAPS travels to Glen Mills, Pennsylvania to investigate what's considered to be one of the oldest houses in America. The property was built in 1695 and has been used as a church, tavern, and a courthouse and is now a private residence. There have been claims of paranormal activity throughout the 18 rooms in the house.

The current owner's six year old daughter has awakened to objects falling in her room. Kimberly (one of the owners) reported seeing a white mist come towards her in the living room. She also claims to have seen a man in colonial dress come down the first floor steps. Then on one occasion, the couple heard walking outside of their bedroom door and a child's voice say "mommy," yet when they checked, their daughter was in her room sound asleep.


Jason and Grant begin their investigation in the master bedroom. They first conducted a sweep with the thermal imaging camera and the K2 meter, which is used to detect changes in electro magnetic fields.

While trying to conduct an EVP session Jason hears the floor creaking in the hallway but there was nothing there.

They next survey the little girl's bedroom. While in the room, the K2 meter receives extreme hits, particularly near the bed. While in that particular room they also feel the bed shaking and hear thumping noises near the door. In the attic, Kris and Amy perform an EVP session and Kris tries to provoke the spirit by daring it to "scare them like it scares the people in the house."

While in the space, Amy gets the feeling that cobwebs are in her hair but there is nothing there. This is a common sensation that investigators report feeling while in the presence of paranormals. Steve and Tango investigate the first floor to debunk the sighting that one of the owners had of white mist coming towards her. While in this area, each investigator heard sounds and voices.

After surveying the evidence they gathered during the investigation, the Ghost Hunters affirm that the Hannum house is haunted. Besides the personal experiences they had, they were also able to record two voices during their EVP sessions.

In the basement, they recorded a woman's voice in the attic that said "thousands" and another voice, also captured in the attic, said, "you'll find it in this wall". And although the property is haunted Jason and Grant feel that the apparitions are harmless and the owners and tenants should not fear them.