Join us in welcoming author Teal L. Gray, Rev. N.D., as she presents her newest book, Haunted Hill House. In attendance will also be the current owners of Hill House, Sonny & Katherine Estes, who will be happy to answer any questions you have concerning the disturbances.
While Mineral Wells is legendary for the mineral water’s healing properties, stronger offerings once flowed from Hill House. Bootleggers, prostitutes, card sharks, and outlaws have all called Hill House home. Built-in 1890 for one of the Founding Families, the home later became a makeshift hospital. Native Americans frequented the caves here known as East Mountain, where it is rumored the outlaw Sam Bass hid his gold and a jewel thief lost his life. Take time to sit and deal a hand of cards with the long-dead in the Scratcher Room. Due to high activity levels, the home has become a world-renowned paranormal site. Do visit soon, the children are waiting for you in the Carousel Room!
Rev. Gray will be signing copies of her new book and others of her publications on-hand at Arts & Letters. Make sure to stop by and see her, and get your copy today!