Historic Stoner House

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Mystic Nirvana / The Historic Stoner House – it was built in 1852 by George Stoner as an inn and tavern. It also was a station on the Underground Railroad. There was a ‘hidden’ room in the basement where the runaways would hide out till they could make their way up to the handy house or the Sharp house. There have been several people independent of one another witness a Shadow figure coming in the back door on the 2nd floor porch. There has also been photo evidence caught of a light anomaly and a strange mist. We have heard Voices and even captured several on recorder. Lady Was moping the floor and heard a man say “Doing a good Job” but no one was there but her. Lady witnessed seeing a full body apparition of a civil was soldier on a red house on the property. Have heard bells being jingled in the basement where the ‘hidden’ room was for the runaway slaves. During a class, a student witnessed a Full body apparition of a woman coming out of one of the rooms upstairs and going into the stair well on the second floor.

(Submitted by Brenda Posani)

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Geographic Information

133 S State St
Westerville, OH
United States

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40.1223974, -82.93056639999998
Franklin County, Ohio
Nearest Towns:
Westerville, OH (0.3 mi.)
Huber Ridge, OH (2.4 mi.)
Minerva Park, OH (3.3 mi.)
Worthington, OH (5.0 mi.)
Riverlea, OH (5.7 mi.)
Galena, OH (6.9 mi.)
New Albany, OH (7.0 mi.)
Gahanna, OH (7.6 mi.)
Powell, OH (8.0 mi.)
Cheshire, OH (8.2 mi.)


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