Edward G. Acheson House

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The ghost of a little girl has been seen here. Two other ghosts, seen as orbs, also have been seen.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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908 W Main St
Monongahela, PA 15063
United States

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40.2054977, -79.93420900000001
Washington County, Pennsylvania
Nearest Towns:
Monongahela, PA (0.5 mi.)
New Eagle, PA (0.7 mi.)
Baidland, PA (2.1 mi.)
Wickerham Manor-Fisher, PA (2.4 mi.)
Elrama, PA (3.2 mi.)
North Charleroi, PA (4.0 mi.)
Van Voorhis, PA (4.0 mi.)
Donora, PA (4.6 mi.)
Monessen, PA (4.6 mi.)
Webster, PA (4.7 mi.)


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  1. I lived at 701 washington ave In 1970 you bet it was haunted I was 6 yrs old at that time and attended st Jerome’s school . Please let me know if it still haunted by a slave who rid
    Adle their chains at 3:00 am.


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