For the record, there is NOTHING in the entire 200-year history of the house that would even possibly indicate a reason for a "haunting". Stories of murder, crime and intrigue at that house are simply not true. The only people who have owned that property are the BSA and before that, simple country farmers, knowledgeable craftsmen, and hard-working businessmen. No murders or anything else EVER there. It is NOT haunted. Like I said, all you'll see there is the backseat of a police car.
the tunnel mill story isn't true actually, nothing paranormal or disturbing or crazy has ever happened there, it's owned by the boyscouts and is located right next to their camping grounds. the older boyscouts would make up stories to frighten the younger boys and would make it seem real by taking red lasers out in the pitch black and making the younger ones believe it was the red eyes of a murderous indian, i know this because i know the man that is remodeling the tunnel mill house as a historical site because it has some historical property about it, the boyscouts sold it to him to rebuild and restore it because of all the vandalism the building has suffered due to the teens and kids cycling through there thinking it's haunted.