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A 'spirited' presence: B&B owners say unusual events are sign of friendly ghost
While living at the Victorian Garden Bed and Breakfast, Tia Carlson and her husband, Tony Aurit, have noticed unusual activity in the house. It was built in 1890 and owned by Monroe's first cheesemaker, Albert Trachsel. Carlson believes the odd happenings are the work of Trachsel's wife, Elizabeth, whose spirit still inhabits the house. To order this photo, click here. (Times photos: Marissa Weiher)
MONROE - The Victorian Garden Bed and Breakfast in Monroe is not haunted. "We call it 'spirited,' " said Tia Carlson, co-owner of the establishment. "The word 'haunted' has a negative connotation and she's definitely not a negative presence."