In 1902, New York State Senator William Ormrod built a mansion in Churchville. This house is also where he died in 1922, and was laid out there for his wake. Now, the family who lives there say they still feel Ormrod's spirit and say never underestimate the things you can get used to.
The Steubing family has been living in the senator's mansion for 17 years, and every year since they moved in, they've made a point to outdo themselves.
The Steubings openly admit their house is haunted, so they embrace the idea of being the hit of Halloween every year.
"I have about two full rooms of Halloween props in this 10,000 square foot mansion," said Chris Steubing.
When you own a home like this in a small town, you get a lot of visitors. If you spend this much time in costume, you might as well be comfortable.
"All of these costumes are mine; I probably own about 150 costumes."
He's not fighting the crowd at your local Halloween store, they're handmade, in China. He even sends them measurements.
But it doesn't stop there. They set up 23 Christmas trees come December.
This Halloween the tradition continued with a superhero theme, handing out full size candy bars to kids and offering entertainment for the adults.
"When I was a kid I'd run around in my underwear with a red towel around my neck, that's between you and me and I guess a bunch of other people now."
A chance to shelf your inhibitions and let your imagination run wild... if only for one night.
"The kids just love it, the first year we had two trick-or-treaters and last year we had 275."
The family owns a catering business and they host a lot of holiday parties. They say they've heard doors close on their own. They say a candelabra moves throughout the night. They thought about getting rid of it but decided against it.