Gregg's Portrait - The oil painting of
Captain Daniel Gregg (Edward Mulhare) seen on
the supernatural sitcom THE GHOST AND MRS.
MUIR/NBC/ABC/1968-70. The portrait resides
inside Gull cottage, a quaint seaside abode on
the coast of Maine at Schooner Bay. The subject
of the painting is Captain Gregg an
irascible but charming 39-year-old sea captain
and veteran of the Battle of Vera Cruz.
night in November 13, 1869, Daniel accidentally
kicked over a gas heater by his bedside and
expired. His spirit now haunts Gull Cottage.
Before Daniel unexpectedly died, he planned on
turning Gull Cottage home into a home for
In 1968, Claymore Gregg, the
current owner and Daniel’s only living relative
rented the cottage to an attractive widow named
Carolyn Muir, her children Jonathan and Candace,
their wired-haired terrier, Scruffy and a
housekeeper named Martha. Captain Gregg resented
his guests at first but eventually warmed to the
intruders. See also "Mrs.
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