Bonnyconnellan Castle

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The apparition of a regal man in a blue military uniform has been seen on the landing, examining a display.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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105 North Walnut Avenue
Sidney, OH
United States

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40.28609331625599, -84.16072749087675
Shelby County, Ohio
Nearest Towns:
Sidney, OH (0.3 mi.)
Port Jefferson, OH (4.6 mi.)
Lockington, OH (6.6 mi.)
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Fletcher, OH (10.1 mi.)
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Piqua, OH (10.7 mi.)
Newport, OH (11.0 mi.)
Rosewood, OH (11.5 mi.)
Kettlersville, OH (11.8 mi.)


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  1. When i was born in 1965 the castle was apartments. Thats were me my mother my uncle grandpa and grandmother all lived there. They told me about doornobs turning and noone there blood on the floor that would reapear after scrubing. Amans feet were seen at the top of the stairs when no one was there. Gunshots were heard dishes in the cuberd would move around and so on. I dont remember living there but i remember the stories. Wich are true to my belief!

  2. My dad’s friend Tom Jutte owned this house back in the 70’s or early 80’s, he and his family lived there and we visted a couple of different times, I remember the Jungle theme going up the stairs from the kitchen. The ball room also. We had locked our keys in the car when we got there, maybe it was a ghost not wanting us to leave. But I remember being around 12 or up to 14 years of age when we visited last. I had always loved castles and I never felt anything creepy here.

  3. I used to live in the house next door and it was haunted as well as the castle..i woulfd look out my windows and see apparitions next door…in the basement of the house i lived in was a brick wall dividing a few of several rooms but it had a door shaped hole boarded up in it which didnt make any sense..we took the boards down ..and they werent easy to get out…there are was a pathway in the wall that led to other pathways i have no idea how far we walked or where we went but it was lucky for us we used kite string to tie off and walk with cause we vwery well could of and probably were lost…seen alot of crazy stuff in the pathways as well inclines that just ended stairs to nowhere things like that..very creepy place

    I loved living there and always wanted to investigate the castle but never got the chance

    • Hey! Can you contact me on this? My snap is cskotzke3 or find me on Instagram ms.skotzke. Im looking to buy this and curious what you have to say and make sure i got the right neighbor-home in mind that could be connected. As i may try to get that too and open the tunnels. Ty. The hoke has been completely gut inside so im
      More or less buying a castle shell

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