Back in the 1800’s, Dr. Grigor Von Graystone, his wife, and three children fled into exile from their homeland. They settled in Longview, Texas, and lived quietly in their Manor on the hill.
One Hallows Eve, something went wrong – terribly wrong. A green eerie glow had enveloped the manor. A deep low rumble drifted down from the hill and resonated to the very soul of the town. Then came a bright flash of light. The people of the town gathered their torches and pitchforks to ascend upon the Manor. The door stood wide open, overcome with fear most could not enter, only a few dared to go in. Dr. Von Graystones wife, Lucinda, stood lifeless in the kitchen. In the nursery the children were seen frozen in the midst of play. As they entered the next room, screams of terror erupted from the few. To their horror they viewed the nanny swinging by her neck from a noose. When they entered Dr. Von Graystones laboratory they found his notes on his desk and discovered that he had been experimenting in time travel. Graystone had created a time vortex machine.
The next day the town’s people buried the bodies in Oak Raven Cemetery. They boarded up the house, and left the missing doctor for dead. Lately, strange things have been happening up at the Manor. The family it seems has returned, but not in human form, accompanied by dreadful and ominous spirits.
Come visit Graystone Haunted Manor, if you dare, and experience the Manor where the family lived and died. Or did they? Walk thru Oak Raven Cemetery where the departed never sleep. Take a trip through time and visit the very places where the doctor once stood. See the pyramids and riches of Egypt. Be a witness at the Salem Witch Trials. Sit in the electric chair at Alcatraz, take a walk through the Bayous of Louisiana then run through the streets of England where Jack the Ripper once prowled.
Oh and yes, the doctor will see you now…