|Millennium Manor Castle|
|<<<< back||Lies, Legends and Unlikely Stories about Millennium Manor|
|"Mr. Nicholson was a mean old
recluse who worked his wife to death."
From what I can tell, the place was a virtual playground for neighborhood kids. Visitors were welcomed and he would discuss religion if asked, but he didn't volunteer information. He
Andrew Nicholson, son of
builder, W.A. Nicholson
and Mrs. Nicholson were married in their teens and were quite affectionate toward one another. After she died there may have been a rift between him and his grown children, but he was still friendly to everyone else. After his wife's death, Mr. Nicholson lived downstairs and rented out the upstairs of Millennium Manor.
was buried in the downstairs 'Dungeon'."
|"He planned to live here with God
He never said that God would live in this house, or that he would live "forever," but I believe that he really did think he would live there for 1000 years. Several clues support this. As one example, he planted the uncommon "Bitter Orange" bush. This is the only citrus plant that will reliably grow north of Georgia, and the fruit of this bush will help prevent scurvy. The well and garden, among other things, point to an attempt at self-sufficiency.
"The Castle is haunted, and ghosts can be seen there at
I prefer not to comment on this.