When the local preservation society took over this property in 2000, they discovered over 30 boxes of unclaimed human remains tucked away in the basement bathroom. Renovations unearthed remnants of the Episcopal church light fixtures and stained glass that were hidden behind the walls and ceilings as if the original funeral director built a building within a building. Now the building has become a small museum that honors the legacy of the town. Many women who work at the museum complain of being followed around the building by someone who isnt there. One in particular believes this feeling has increased 100% since they received an old artifact, an altar from another century-old church. Temperature fluctuations from extreme cold to uncomfortable heat are found throughout the structure. Furniture and doors have been heard moving and the sounds of shuffling footsteps are common. The original funeral director even admitted that doors that he had closed and locked would be found open. Floral arrangements were found rearranged. And on a few occasions he had heard strange voices in the building when there was no one else around.