Pocatello: Standrod Mansion
A former Judge's daughter died of an illness and is said to haunt the left corner tower and the balcony.
Often called the most beautiful building in Pocatello, The Standrod Mansion was built in 1902 by Judge Drew W. Standrod. The Standrod family occupied the home until after World War II. The City of Pocatello acquired the property in 1974 and was available to rent for special events until 1995. Since 1995 it has housed The Backroom Furniture Store and a bed and breakfast. Currently the home is privately owned.
Submited on: Sunday 4th of November 2012 06:49:48 PMThose of you that have seen Cammie, what does she look like? >>
Submited on: Wednesday 17th of October 2012 07:36:03 PMMY FATHER WORKED OR KNEW SOMEONE WHO WORKED TO RESTORE THE MANSION. I REMEMBER AS A YOUNG CHILD WE WOULD GO THRU IT WHILE THE WORK WAS BEING DONE. I REMEMBER WORKERS TELLING TALES THEY WOULD SEE OR HEAR SOUNDS IN THE HOME. TOOLS MYSTERIOUSLY DISAPPEARED L >>
Submited on: Monday 4th of April 2011 08:27:55 AMWho would I have to contact in order to legally check this place out? It has really perked my groups interest... and of course I want to make it all legit so no one gets into trouble... >>
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Submited on: Saturday 19th of March 2011 02:14:04 PMWhen the house was acquired by the city in l974, Peggy Noorda lead the fundraising effort to refurbish the old house. There were notecards made with an artist's drawing of the house. The restoration was historically accurate down to the original wallpaper >>
Submited on: Sunday 23rd of January 2011 03:56:00 PMThat story is true i Have seen a figure walk around the tower roof on certain nights i am going this next full moon to get photos if i am able but my mother told me about it and we of course waited to see if she would show herself and sure enough.. i am s >>
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