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A solitude woman is said to be seen staring out of the window of the master bedroom. She is believed to the first wife of Edgar Kaufmann, depressed by his unfaithfulness.

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1491 Mill Run Rd
Mill Run, PA 15464
United States

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39.906248, -79.4679458
Fayette County, Pennsylvania
Nearest Towns:
Ohiopyle, PA (2.7 mi.)
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Dunbar, PA (9.2 mi.)
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  1. Many years ago, I was a docent at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater. Once, while chatting with a coworker in the kitchen of the house while on break, the kitchen door blew closed. There is a stopper in front of the door that would prevent this from happening. It was not a particularly breezy day, and in fact, not a single one of the kitchen windows were open.

    I believe what brought this on was a question on the tour I had just given about the relationship between the Mister and Misses’ rocky relationship, which I, following the “honesty policy”, answered candidly. I apologized to the Misses, and that was the first and last occurrence of paranormal activity I had in the house.

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