Conover Square

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Conover Square is a former piano factory, now a shopping mall. Built in the 1890’s, it is now the home of many haunted happenings. A little girl’s spirit giggles in the hallways & museum, loud crashes boom from the unoccupied third floor, and more than one female visitor has felt an unwelcome touch in the basement! Many guests report the presence of a man in the south hallway, and sometimes his laughter can be heard there. Public areas (including the museum) and stores are open every day except for holidays. Ghost hunts are available by appointment.

(Submitted by Mike Grasso)

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201 N. 3rd Street
Oregon, IL
United States

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42.01610429999999, -89.33124149999998
Ogle County, Illinois
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