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Chiefswood National Historic Site & S.N.I.P.E

S.N.I.P.E. (SNIPE) – Six Nations Investigating Paranormal Encounters – was created to share a passion, curiosity, and devotion to the paranormal. SNIPE pursues answers as they record and catch evidence of the paranormal, relying on all their senses to see apparitions and hear their voices.

Chiefswood National Historic Site is a place where SNIPE investigates the unexplained in the hopes of communicating with the paranormal. Chiefswood was built from 1853 to 1856 on Six Nations territory by Mohawk Chief George Henry Martin Johnson as a gift to his English bride, Emily Susannah Howells. The loving couple and their four children, Henry Beverly, Helen Charlotte Eliza (Evelyn), Allen Wawanosh, and Emily Pauline, resided at Chiefswood for 28 years. George lived out his final years at the house, with his family moving to Brantford after his passing. SNIPE continues their work at Chiefswood with the desire to contact the Johnson family and any other souls that may still reside at the "House on the Hill."

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