Stone House

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This house was built by a man named Mr. Baker. Mr. Baker was a renowned womanizer. His wife could have not have children. Eventually, Mr. Baker’s wife hanged herself in the garage. The Mulligans bought the house in the early ’70s. While the Mulligans lived in the Stone House, they frequently heard noises such as someone lifting all the silverware out of the drawers and dropping it. One son, Mike Mulligan was home alone one night and showered in his parent’s bathroom, on his way out of the master bedroom, he saw a white footless figure floating in the hallway. Needless to day, he ran as fast as he could back to his side of the house! The Mulligan’s daughter Jan had bedroom next to the master bedroom in what would have been considered a nursery. Jan woke, more than once, to see a white woman floating at the end of her bed crying. We assume she lamented her inability to have children.

(Submitted by Anne Mulligan)

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536 E Water St
Oak Harbor, OH
United States

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41.509184, -83.12981200000002
Ottawa County, Ohio
Nearest Towns:
Oak Harbor, OH (0.9 mi.)
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Elmore, OH (8.9 mi.)
Hessville, OH (9.5 mi.)
Port Clinton, OH (9.9 mi.)
Bay View, OH (10.2 mi.)
Stony Prairie, OH (11.0 mi.)
Fremont, OH (11.0 mi.)


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  1. Renee Mulligan  |  

    One evening while living at the Stone House I was in the basement laundry room. There was a clothesline hanging there and for no reason the hangers started to sway back and forth!

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