Chateau Laroche - Loveland Castle

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The Historical Loveland Castle & Museum, aka Chateau Laroche, is said to be haunted by many ghosts, including one who liked a particular willow tree and a girl in a long dress who walked on water. A Viking in a long dark cloak has been seen as well.

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12025 Shore Rd
Loveland, OH 45140
United States

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39.283234, -84.26622499999996
Hamilton County, Ohio
Nearest Towns:
Loveland, OH (1.0 mi.)
Loveland Park, OH (1.2 mi.)
Landen, OH (2.2 mi.)
The Village of Indian Hill, OH (2.8 mi.)
Maineville, OH (3.3 mi.)
Sixteen Mile Stand, OH (3.4 mi.)
Highpoint, OH (4.5 mi.)
Remington, OH (4.8 mi.)
Brecon, OH (4.8 mi.)
Kings Mills, OH (5.1 mi.)

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  1. I knew the builder of this castle and I visited him often when he lived inside it. He had a replica skeleton in a sort of dungeon cell and I always thought that was pretty creepy. As the sun went down at night, the fire in the fireplace in Mr. Andrews’ great room would cast eerie shadows everywhere and it was definitely possible to feel “The presence” (a kind of oppressive heaviness in the air” and to see actual shadowy figures darting around here and there. I am talking sometime in the 1950s here. Mr. Andrews was still building the place with river rocks he carried to the site in a wheelbarrow and with little bricks, he made himself by pouring concrete into paperboard milk cartons.

  2. I visited the Castle during the day amd ot felt so erie. I tried to go in the basement but the energy was to thick for me, so i chose not to especially when my camera started taking pictures by its self. I loved the craftsmanship of this historical building ot really had me in aww. It wasnt until I got home and began to look at my pictures that I realized I had been surrounded….. Definitely a cool place to visit and I hope you enjoy my Pictures they are super creepy!!!

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