We had a ghost room in my childhood home. The grown-ups called it the dining room but we only used it when my grandparents came over at Christmas. It was colder than every other room and I didn't like going in alone or even passing its open door. I don't believe there was an actual ghost in there, it just felt like there should be.
This house wasn't designed to accommodate a stair-lift. The stairs are in the wrong place and only just wide enough and wherever you park the chair is inconvenient. There are three possible positions- firstly at the top of the stairs, secondly halfway up- in both of which it becomes an obstacle to be wriggled round if you're carrying a tray or basket of clothes- and thirdly at the bottom of its track where it completely blocks the doorway to the living-room. In the past we've always opted for positions one or two but if we're not using the living room why not go for number three?