Although this reataurant is currently closed for repairs, it seems to be a favorite spot for the haunts. Folks here have seen a black shadowy figure and have witnessed an eerie, uneasy feeling in the building.
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- 318 E. Fifth Street
Marysville, Ohio 43040
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- 40.236685, -83.36356
- Union County, Ohio
- Nearest Towns:
- Marysville, OH (0.2 mi.)
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weird thing is 20 yrs ago me n some freinds were there hanging out when it was not being used n one of my freinds ran across the street through traffic screaming that he saw some one in there…
My dad helped remodel this place when the Cordell family converted it into a bed and breakfast (before it became a restaurant.) I was there a few times with him when he was working and I never saw or felt anything strange. I was probably 13 or 14 years old at the time.
I heard it used to be a brothel. I went in there before it was the Henderson House and every room had those old style iron twin beds in them. There were about 5 or 6 of them in the main room as soon as you walked in the front door. We weren’t able to go to the 3rd floor due to structural issues.
This is now a very nice restaurant called “Hinkley’s,” The General Manager took us on a tour after we enjoyed a terrific lunch, and told us much of the history of the home. They even have a movie loop of Marysville in 1939 that plays upstairs in one of the dining rooms. It’s been lovingly and carefully cared for by the new owners, so the ghosts should have a happy place to hang out for a long time to come!