The Haunted Ocean Edge Resort on Cape Cod Lures Guests to its Spooky Mansion

Stay is On the House for Spirit Seekers Who Spot Addie the Ghost

Brewster, MA – September 20, 2006 – Ocean Edge Resort & Club on Cape Cod is haunted!

Goblins, ghosts and ghouls are known for making “appearances” around Halloween. Ocean Edge Resort & Club dares ghost hunters to visit its haunted mansion to try and catch a glimpse of the resident ghost, Addie. The “Spooky Mansion” package boasts deluxe accommodations, daily breakfast for two, a jack-o-lantern of treats and complimentary late-night coffee and flashlight for night owls on the lookout for Addie. Those who show “proof” of spotting the capricious haunter will enjoy their entire stay on the house…the haunted house that is.* Ouija boards are available at the front desk for guests who want to have a séance to reach out to Addie.

The Spooky Mansion package is valid throughout the month of October and starts at $189 per room, per night.** Spirit seekers are invited to visit Addie throughout the year with room rates priced seasonally.

The Ghost Story

The original Nickerson Mansion, built in 1906 by Samuel Nickerson for his son Roland and his wife Addie, was burnt down in a great fire. The existing Victorian-style mansion, which is the centerpiece of Ocean Edge Resort & Club and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, was re-built in 1912. However, Roland never got the chance to see this mansion, as he passed away just two weeks after the fire. Addie moved into the expansive home upon its completion with nothing but the empty halls to roam. Legend has it that Addie’s ghost still wanders the hallways, eternally heartbroken over the loss of her husband and desperately clinging to her Mansion.

For reservations or information please visit or call (800) 343-6074.

About Ocean Edge Resort & Club on Cape Cod

Open year-round, Ocean Edge Resort & Club occupies 429 pine-scented acres on a majestic bluff overlooking Cape Cod Bay in picturesque Brewster, MA on Old King’s Highway, the “Culture Corridor” of Cape Cod. The centerpiece of the resort is the 1912 Victorian-style Nickerson Mansion, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and features 90 of the property’s 334 guest accommodations. The guestrooms feature terry cloth bathrobes; a hairdryer; an iron and an ironing board; a workstation with task lighting, a cordless phone with voicemail, and Wi-Fi internet access; two overstuffed easy chairs paired with a sofa and reading lamp and tables; a remote control color television with in-room movies; and maid services. The remaining 244 one- two- and three-bedroom villas also offer fully equipped kitchens, dining areas and living rooms with a pull out double sleeper sofas. Boasting a 700-foot private beach, four outdoor and two indoor pools, two toddler pools, six hot tubs, bicycle rentals, a fitness center, golf course and a USPTA-certified tennis complex, this historic New England retreat provides many activities, such as popular dive-in movies; tidal walks; croquet, golf, tennis, spinning and swimming lessons; yoga and Pilates on the beach, and spa treatments. The 18-hole PGA championship golf course is under renovation by the Nicklaus Design Group and will be completed in spring 2008. Currently nine holes are open. There are four restaurants: Zagat-rated Ocean Grille where Chef Michael Gregory prepares regional American cuisine with ingredients from the resort’s own herb garden; English-style Bayzo’s Pub with billiards; Linx Tavern for indoor/outdoor dining at the golf clubhouse, Reef Café for indoor/outdoor casual dining and three poolside Snack Cabanas. Ocean EdgeVenture organizes day and night activities, including croquet matches and kite making, for children ages 4-12 from its own clubhouse through September 1, while teens enjoy junior tennis and golf clinics. Complimentary shuttle service ferries guests throughout the resort, all of which is Wi-Fi accessible.

About ClubCorp

Founded in 1957, Dallas-based ClubCorp is the world leader in delivering premier golf, private club, and resort experiences. Internationally, ClubCorp’s affiliates own or operate nearly 170 golf courses, country clubs, private business and sports clubs, and resorts. ClubCorp has more than $1.5 billion in assets. Among the company’s nationally recognized golf properties are Pinehurst in the Village of Pinehurst, North Carolina (North America’s largest golf resort, home to the 1999 and 2005 U.S. Opens); Firestone Country Club in Akron, Ohio (site of the World Golf Championships – Bridgestone Invitational); Vista Vallarta in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico (site of the 2006 Champions Tour Puerto Vallarta Blue Agave Golf Classic); Mission Hills Country Club in Rancho Mirage, California (home of the Kraft Nabisco Championship); and The Homestead in Hot Springs, Virginia (America’s first resort founded in 1766). The more than 60 business clubs and business and sports clubs include the Boston College Club; City Club on Bunker Hill in Los Angeles; Columbia Tower Club in Seattle; Metropolitan Club in Chicago; and the City Club of Washington, D.C. The company’s 18,000 employees serve the nearly 200,000 member households and 200,000 guests who visit ClubCorp properties each year. Visit for additional company information.

*Guest’s “proof” must be approved by the resort’s general manager to receive complimentary stay.

**Rates are based on availability, double occupancy and do not include taxes or surcharge.

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