Friday the 13th Paranormal Investigation at the Waterhouse
March 13, 2020 @ 6:30 pm - 10:30 pm
Art & History Museums – Maitland
The Waterhouse Residence was built in 1884 by pioneer and carpenter William H. Waterhouse, as a home for his family. The Waterhouse family was a critical part of the development of Maitland: William’s son Charles was the architect behind the Maitland Public Library, where his mother Sarah (and later his sister, Stella) was the head librarian. The home remained in the family for generations until the 1980s, when it was donated to the City of Maitland. Today, it operates as a museum dedicated to showcasing life in the earliest days of Maitland.
Now restored to peak Victorian charm, the home has had reports of unusual occurrences that some visitors believe are proof of paranormal activity in the home. Using real paranormal investigation equipment, decide for yourself on this 75 minute exclusive tour.