Rob’s Place

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Rob’s Place has been the site of some weird occurrences, like glasses falling off shelves, bathroom stores banging open, jukebox volume quirks, strange orbs and squiggles that show in photos, and an apparition of a white-haired man in a Civil War uniform. Some say the activity comes from a basement where there is a tunnel that allegedly was used to hide slaves.

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Geographic Information

Address:
13 S Washington St
Oxford, MI 48371
United States

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GPS:
42.8243354, -83.2649212
County:
Oakland County, Michigan
Nearest Towns:
Oxford, MI (0.0 mi.)
Lake Orion, MI (3.0 mi.)
Leonard, MI (6.8 mi.)
Metamora, MI (8.2 mi.)
Lake Angelus, MI (9.1 mi.)
Ortonville, MI (9.2 mi.)
Auburn Hills, MI (9.6 mi.)
Clarkston, MI (9.9 mi.)
Waterford, MI (11.0 mi.)
Dryden, MI (11.0 mi.)

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