The Nelson W. Aldrich House is a Federal-style house in Providence, Rhode Island, home of Nelson W. Aldrich, a U.S. Senator 1881-1911. Robert S. Burroughs hired John Holden Green to build the house in 1821. It passed through several owners before Aldrich purchased it in the 1890s. Aldrich was known for exerting control over the Republican Party at the turn of the 20th century & creating the Federal Reserve Banking System. Aldrich's daughter, Abby, married John D. Rockefeller, Jr..
Black Bull, Haworth, Yorkshire - is a 300 yr old public house and was Patrick Branwell Bronte's favorite place to drink. The story goes that his sister Emily found some of his manuscripts and after a few minor alterations found success as the author of "Wuthering Heights". Branwell disassociated himself with his sisters and died of TB in 1848. Activity includes, poltergeist activity (smashing glasses and ashtrays), apparitions, and a dark and pushy presence centered around Branwell's chair.