Blakeney House

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The 1903 Blakeney House has been a private home, several restaurants and now is used for bible and mission training for the company Youth With a Mission. Although the company maintains that the house is not haunted, it is in fact said to be haunted by three ghosts: William Blakeney himself, a lady in red, and a young girl. Witnesses have described cold gusts, footsteps, candles that light themselves, locked doors that suddenly open.

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Geographic Information

Address:
418 East Franklin Street
Monroe, NC
United States

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GPS:
34.9803039, -80.54165899999998
County:
Union County, North Carolina
Nearest Towns:
Monroe, NC (0.6 mi.)
Wingate, NC (5.2 mi.)
Unionville, NC (7.6 mi.)
Wesley Chapel, NC (7.7 mi.)
Mineral Springs, NC (7.8 mi.)
Lake Park, NC (9.0 mi.)
Indian Trail, NC (9.8 mi.)
Marshville, NC (9.9 mi.)
Hemby Bridge, NC (10.8 mi.)
Fairview, NC (10.9 mi.)

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  1. I grew up down the street from the Blakeney house…the story goes mr Blakeney jn the beginning of the recession withdrew his money from the bank and as a wealthy man took his money home to hide it..unaware that he had been fallowed and was murdered there in the home

  2. has the place ever been looked into yet and if not is it open to the public i would really like to visit this location seeing as how my wife if from Monroe and i would like to explore the location if possible

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