This is the victorian mansion where my friend used to work. Some lawyers bought it and used it as law offices. There were several different spirits inhabiting the house; she told me of events that happened to her when she was working alone at night, and more that had happened to others. Freaky stuff. I actually liked the place - it was HUGE and really fun to look around all the different nooks and crannies.
NO. 904 CHARLES COPELAND MORSE RESIDENCE - C. C. Morse of Ferry-Morse Seed
Company fame built this mansion, claimed to be the largest remaining
late Queen Anne-style Victorian residence in the City of Santa Clara
in 1892. Morse was a pioneer in the seed industry whose work had a
substantial impact upon the economic growth of California.
Location: 981 Fremont St, Santa Clara