Dix - Fayerweather House

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The Dix/Fayerweather House is said to be haunted by Aunt Phoebe, builder William Dix’s sister. But be warened, Aunt Phoebe doesn’t stand for disrespectful behavior. People who scoff at her may get a coffee shower or a door slammed nearby. A coat and chandelier crystals have gone missing, and an apparition has turned up in a wedding photo on the site.

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Geographic Information

422 West Broadway
Maumee, OH
United States

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41.5588429781007, -83.65877491240099
Lucas County, Ohio
Nearest Towns:
Maumee, OH (0.4 mi.)
Perrysburg, OH (1.6 mi.)
Waterville, OH (5.0 mi.)
Holland, OH (5.1 mi.)
Rossford, OH (6.0 mi.)
Haskins, OH (6.9 mi.)
Ottawa Hills, OH (7.3 mi.)
Whitehouse, OH (8.0 mi.)
Stony Ridge, OH (8.5 mi.)
Walbridge, OH (8.8 mi.)


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  1. Stephen Harley  |  

    does anyone have contact informationfor the owners of this property they could email me i would like to talk to them about visiting,

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