Why wouldn’t there be?
Deep in the heart of the Ilinois valley in southern Oregon lies the little town of Kerby. An old gold mining town with an interesting past.
And next to the Kerbyville Museum is the Naucke House, built in 1880 by German immigrants William and Nannie Naucke. There was a hanging tree just 20 feet outside the front door. Now a museum piece, some say there are ghosts that inhabit the place.