Edmund Gleason Farmhouse

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This historic farmhouse property is rumoured to have a whole horde of ghostly inhabitants. Passing motorists claim to have seen the figure of a spectral woman standing at windows, and have seen strange lights moving from room to room on the downstairs level.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Tinkers Creek Road & Canal Road
Valley View, OH
United States

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41.36714272597145, -81.60944116119936
Cuyahoga County, Ohio
Nearest Towns:
Valley View, OH (1.5 mi.)
Independence, OH (1.5 mi.)
Walton Hills, OH (2.5 mi.)
Brecksville, OH (3.4 mi.)
Garfield Heights, OH (3.4 mi.)
Seven Hills, OH (4.0 mi.)
Maple Heights, OH (4.0 mi.)
Glendale, OH (4.0 mi.)
Bedford, OH (4.2 mi.)
Northfield, OH (4.5 mi.)


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  1. Just last week I drove by the house at night and notice a light on downstairs with no cars in the parking lot. Within 10 minutes I drove passed it again and the light was off. I drove past this house every night and never before saw a light on.

  2. I was here last week beautiful farmhouse I’m a local photographer so I go to abandoned/ creepy places all the time there was no one there but there was a light on super strange

  3. There is a trail just behind the home that leads up to a graveyard. The tombstones are dated to be from the early 1800s, a lot are for young children.

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