Villa Paula Mansion

Villa Paula was built in 1925 for the first Cuban Consulate in Miami, Senior Don Domingo Milord, and his wife, Paula, whose name graces this mansion. 6 years after the happy couple moved in, Paula died from complications of a leg amputation.

Former owners and area residents say that cats have been killed when mysteriously slammed shut in the front iron gate, and there have been reports of smelling fresh roses and Cuban coffee in the home. During a seance performed in the 1970s, a spirit allegedly told the group that she likes to put vases of roses out.
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