*The first picture on the left is the door knocker on the front door of The Harding House Museum

 

*The second picture is what's called a Mourning Hair Wreath. During the Victorian Era, hair from the deceased was sometimes used to create flower like wreaths as a memorial keepsake. This one on display at The Harding Museum was made from the hair of a four-year-old girl.

 

*The third picture is a moose head hanging over the main staircase.

 

* The fourth picture is the original brick fireplace on which hangs an old fashioned musket with it's satchel of gunpowder. 

 

* The fifth picture is of three orbs captured by accident during a paranormal investigation in November 2014

 

 

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