Warren City Hall

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This historic mansion was built in 1871, and was turned into the town hall sometime later. The grounds of the beautiful mansion are haunted by a woman responsible for the death of her beloved nephew, who has been seen wandering around after hours calling his name, Night staff also report shadowy apparitions in the building late at night, as well as other strange paranormal occurrences.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

400 Mahoning Avenue Northwest
Warren, OH
United States

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41.239123039730394, -80.82330054046912
Trumbull County, Ohio
Nearest Towns:
Warren, OH (0.3 mi.)
Morgandale, OH (2.8 mi.)
Leavittsburg, OH (2.9 mi.)
Bolindale, OH (3.2 mi.)
Champion Heights, OH (3.7 mi.)
Howland Center, OH (4.1 mi.)
Niles, OH (4.9 mi.)
Lordstown, OH (5.4 mi.)
McKinley Heights, OH (6.7 mi.)
Hilltop, OH (6.9 mi.)


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