The Kellogg House
Join us for tales of ghosts and legends of the historic Kellogg house located on the beautiful grounds of Heritage Museum of OC.
Guest may check-in just inside the black iron gates adjacent to the elementary school parking lot.
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The Kellogg House at Heritage Museum of OC
Join us on a Ghost Walk...
In 1898, Hiram Clay Kellogg built one of the first Neo-classical Victorian homes in Orange County. After his first wife died, he built a mansion as a gift for his second wife, Helen. His obsession with tall ships led him to design a three-story spiral staircase arranged around a central mast with a bottomless crow’s nest. In 1921, After the death of Hiram, Helen lived another 42 years before she died in the home. Presently, certain unexplained phenomena indicate that the ghosts of the Kellogg family may be actively haunting the uniquely designed mansion.
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