House dubbed Black Moon Manor reduced to rubble



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Only memories remain: Crews finish demolition of a house on CR 300N dubbed Black Moon Manor in 2009. Owner Walter Eastes was relieved to see the house razed. 'It's been a lot of trouble,' he said. (Tom Russo/Daily Reporter)


GREENFIELD — There is little but rubble left of Black Moon Manor, the historic home on CR 300N that had become a ghost-hunting hotspot in recent years.

Owner Walter Eastes, whose family has owned the property for more than 200 years, made good last weekend on his promise to have the house demolished amid controversy over its use as a haunted attraction.

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