When it came time to move the house from its current home in Sydney to a new location in Wagga Wagga in Victoria, it was an experience all of us could relate to.
We were all moved from a house that was already a ghost town in the late 1960s, in an area that has been home to many ghosts, from a former soldier who died there in the early 1990s to the people who have lived there for years now.
This time we were not only moving to a home where the ghosts had been kept to a minimum, but a place where the spirits of our past lives had been allowed to come back to life.
When the move to Wagga was finally announced, many people were excited and a lot of people were left wondering if this would be a one-off move or if there would be more to come.
Wagga Waggah has an old-school feel to it, with Victorian-style houses and Victorian-styled architecture.
Its a great way to live, as the town has a lot to offer.
But there is also something to be said for moving a ghost home, and a new one was created in Waggagah.
A ghost story is told in Wagagah, a ghost story that has moved on.
Topics:ghosts,ghosts-and-horrors,wagga-waggah-6728,vic,indonesiaFirst posted October 20, 2019 14:39:58Contact Cathy Smith