220 North 4th - Keokuk

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Built by businessman Enos H. Harrison in 1857, this house is reported to be the home of a friendly ghost, according to many witnesses who have seen and heard the spirit.

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220 North 4th
Keokuk, Iowa
United States

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40.396827590895334, -91.37986039384839
Lee County, Iowa
Nearest Towns:
Keokuk, IA (0.3 mi.)
Hamilton, IL (2.1 mi.)
Warsaw, IL (3.9 mi.)
Alexandria, MO (4.7 mi.)
Elvaston, IL (6.9 mi.)
Montrose, IA (9.5 mi.)
Nauvoo, IL (10.6 mi.)
Basco, IL (10.6 mi.)
Wayland, MO (10.7 mi.)
Saint Francisville, MO (10.8 mi.)


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  1. Went took pictures today. 2 neighbors came out and talked to me about the house. Both said some scary stories about what happened and what they saw

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