The House of the Seven Gables, or the Turner-Ingersoll Mansion, in Salem, Massachusetts is famous for paranormal activity. Built in 1668, this Colonial-style home is thought to be among the oldest wooden structures in America and is well-preserved for its 300-plus years. But other things have been preserved as well – mysterious shadows have been seen in the upper windows, as well as unexplained activity from faucets and lights. It was featured in Nathaniel Hawthorne’s 1851 novel of the same name, and the ghost of Hawthorne’s cousin Susanna Ingersoll who lived there, as well as that of an unidentified young boy, are said to still occupy the home. It is open for tours, and like Haunted Home Stories for Halloween (2021)’s Ashton Villa, is available for weddings. In that event, I hope nuptials aren’t disrupted by ghostly activities courtesy of the previous residents.