A Brief History: The Shaw Mansion of New London Connecticut located at 11 Blinman Street, was a naval war office under naval agent Nathaniel Shaw Jr. during the American Revolution.  He inherited the building from his father Captain Nathaniel Shaw who had it built in 1756.  It was said that George Washington may have visited this location in 1776.  It is still standing as a historical museum and used by the New London Historical Society, having reached landmark status.

Haunted History: There was an account of children’s laughter being recorded during a tour where there were no children present. It was unnoticed until the video was played back. Footsteps have been heard in the research library with no known explanation.



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