Church of the Redeemer - Real Asheville Haunt
With origins as a family chapel during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the Church of the Redeemer is now an Anglo-Catholic Congregation that serves Asheville and Woodfin. According to witnesses, a female apparition has been spotted making her way down the church's outside stairs that lead to its cemetery. The woman then proceeds to head down the hill, crosses the road, and then disappears into the river. Some believe that this woman drowned in the river many years ago, and might be related to the family who lived in the mansion. The mansion has burned down and no longer stands, so there's certainly a chance one of its potential victims is still seeking water to extinguish the flames.
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