Thornhaven Manor

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This curious haunt has been featured on Ghost Adventures and is quickly becoming one of the most talked about haunted locations for the innumerable amounts of paranormal activity occurring on the property. Sitting on seven acres this foreboding home is the site of murder, mysterious deaths, and rumored suicide.

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Geographic Information

Address:
2172 S Spiceland Road
New Castle, IN
United States

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GPS:
39.898567, -85.39235400000001
County:
Henry County, Indiana
Nearest Towns:
New Castle, IN (2.4 mi.)
Greensboro, IN (4.2 mi.)
Spiceland, IN (4.8 mi.)
Cadiz, IN (6.2 mi.)
Lewisville, IN (6.7 mi.)
Kennard, IN (6.7 mi.)
Dunreith, IN (7.0 mi.)
Mount Summit, IN (7.3 mi.)
Sulphur Springs, IN (7.8 mi.)
Straughn, IN (8.2 mi.)

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  1. Dose anyone know who owns it so I can go investigate I am a ghost hunter in Richmond Indiana and want to know if it cost anything

  2. Thornhaven Manor as it was named by the current owner Steve Miller was
    built in 1845. This beautiful Italianate home originally set on a
    1,000 acre farm but now resides on seven acres of woods, meadows and
    marsh land.Rich in history the Manor was once a stop on The
    Underground Railroad, was home to many prominent families as well as
    civil war soldiers ( one dying in battle ) and was even the scene of a
    fiendish murder plot. Steve Miller purchased the property on May of
    2012 naming it Thornhaven Manor because of all the Thorn trees on the
    property. He has big plans to restore the home to it’s original glory.
    Steve had no idea that the place and grounds were haunted when he
    bought it. After finding this out he now opens it to paranormal
    investigations in an effort to fund some of the costly
    renovations…..He has had a psychic go through the Manor who told him
    there were forty-seven spirits in the house alone! We arrived at the
    Manor at approximately six o’clock on Sat. June 29 where we met Steve
    who took us on a tour of the home , barn and grounds giving us the
    history he has uncovered on the place.

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