J.C. Thompson Building

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This building dates back to 1892, and is rumored to have once housed both a speakeasy and a brothel. Under new ownership and recently restored as of July 2014, numerous paranormal occurrences have been recorded here in the basement and elsewhere. It is believed multiple spirits reside here.

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Geographic Information

6th and Market
East Liverpool, OH
United States

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40.61988632098224, -80.57909461854251
Columbiana County, Ohio
Nearest Towns:
East Liverpool, OH (0.1 mi.)
Chester, WV (1.0 mi.)
Newell, WV (1.3 mi.)
La Croft, OH (2.0 mi.)
Calcutta, OH (3.7 mi.)
Wellsville, OH (3.8 mi.)
Glenmoor, OH (3.9 mi.)
Glasgow, PA (4.2 mi.)
Georgetown, PA (4.5 mi.)
Hookstown, PA (5.8 mi.)


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  1. I went in there and felt something brush by me, and I blacked out. My sister said I had a blank expression on my face as I walked toward the window. When I was myself again I was in the bathroom in front of a mirror that said “HELP ME”. It freaked me out.

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