Wolfe Manor - Clovis CA Haunted Place
This manor was originally known as The Andrews Estate in 1922 and later was the Hazelwood Sanitarium in 1935 and the Clovis Avenue Sanitarium in 1942. At Hazelwood, patients were treated with terminal illnesses such as tuberculosis and at Clovis Avenue, patients were treated with mental illness, and reports say the conditions were quite terrible. The sanitarium closed down shortly after and was purchased around 2000 to reportedly be made into a Halloween attraction, but there seemed to be an obvious eerie presence of some sort. Paranormal groups and TV shows have investigated the area and have captured footsteps, voices and photographs of the activity. The manor was featured on TV's Ghost Hunters but has since been demolished.
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Memeroies of summerday's
My family working across the street from Wolf Manor on Clovis Ave. picking boysenberries during the summers of late 60's early 70's. At a young age we had no ideal it was hunted at time, always looking at this big house while working and one day my younger sister and I saw some children's playing in the yard so one day we would go play with them during our lunch breaks.
Never knew they where ghost. I remember the little girl with the doll dress in vintage clothing era and a black boy with older man watching us playing , Heard my parents was yelling looking for us to go back to work. I turn around to say we had to go and heard a door close and they where gone. Only when we see them outside would go play.
That my memories of Wolf manor as a child.
I wish the city of Clovis never demolish the Wolf manor is part of Clovis history and mines memories.
I found out later on my birth records I was born in a Clovis Sanitarium hospital. How odd this can get?Posted 11/1/17
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