The mansion is located at 725 Austin Place, between Texas & Milam Road, and its owners, Vicky and Billy LeBrun have many stories to tell about the home's history.
Stories of history and mystery, and stories of the many guests that allegedly linger.
The LeBrun's have spent years restoring the 17 room Queen Anne Victorian home, but they have not been alone in that restoration process.
"These are the three windows where Theodora was seen last October," said LeBrun as she points to a set of windows in the mansion's attic. .
Theodora is one of the spirits who allegedly haunts the house. The 12-year-old girl died back in 1904 after a fall from a top story window to the ground below. Legend has it that Theodora might not have fallen from the window on accident.
Vicky say Theodora's presence has been felt countless times, especially when her son Nick is around.
"When Nick has been her, the furniture has been moved. His phone has been turned off. The chandeliers swing. And that when the tourist bureau lady pulled up in front and saw Theodora in the windows over here," said LeBrun. "It was very obvious that Theodora was watching Nick."
Vicky gives tours of the home to the curious and during one tour by a group of women and one man, Theodora got up close and personal.
"While [the man] was looking he thought that the women had come up behind him, and the women were right looking over his shoulder. He felt very uncomfortable and it felt like someone had poked him in the back. We'll he wheels around and there is no one there. The women are on this side of the room," said LeBrun.
Another tour proved that Theodora might not be alone.
"As they are coming up, the man goes.. 'Oh she's home. There is people up there.' And they pulled into the driveway," said LeBrun. "It wasn't until they got up [in the mansion second floor] that they realized that there is no one in this house but me."
Some of Vicky's friends help with the tours and on one occasion one of the other spirits made itself known to her friend Cheryl.
"Cheryl said... 'Who are you?' and whatever this was said... 'I died here a long time ago.' And Cheryl said... 'Are you Theodora?' And whatever this is said... 'No I am much older.'" said LeBrun.
The woman then asked the presence to display itself physically.
"Well right then the lights fell off the wall and hit the ground," LeBrun added.
If you want to experience the Logan Mansion for yourself, Vicky would be more than happy to schedule you for a tour. Simply visit TheLoganMansion.com for more details on how you can take part.