When you're walking around the neighborhood west of the square, it is easy to imagine how the houses used to look a long time ago. They are older homes, but the yards and sidewalks are well-kept. Among the unique houses in the area, one in particular stands out. The story of the Munson House is even more unique than its architecture. This house is said to be haunted by the ghosts of the Munsons, who made contact with the spirit world during their lives. In fact, it is said that the Munsons themselves were present the day the house was moved from its original location. The Historical Society decided to move the house to prevent it from being destroyed to provide more parking on the square. However, there was so much rain that popped up from seemingly out of nowhere that the moving date had to be pushed back for several weeks. On the new moving date, the sun started shining for the first time in weeks and a rainbow appeared over the Munson House. Many said that the Munsons were ready for their home to be moved. The Munsons were an important family while they lived, and their home and its legacy have stood the test of time in order to be remembered today.