The Remembrance by Leann Toothaker
Slowly, the man came to a stop. He seemed to be staring out into space, not really looking at anything, but then he spoke, "Them there trees, they be the home ta an ol', ol' house. And that house got plenty a history behind it, it does." At first, the visitors were confused, and started to ask their guide what he was explaining, and that's when they saw it. It was as if the old building had just appeared out of a Halloween tale, and only the people who had been informed about it could lay eyes onto it.
"This be the Pattson Mansion. Long, long years ago, two families from the next town along the way, called Mitchton, came along and builded this home. It housed two men, brothers they were, and their housewives. All together, them had three childs; a mater and two youngin' beauties."
Slowly, the man walked closer to the house, ever so cautiously. It was as if he were watching for something to jump out and attack him, but then, without any of