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Allegedly haunted by General James Agnew who was shot and died in the front hall of Grumblethorpe during the Revolutionary war. Also allegedly haunted by victims of yellow fever who died there, including one young woman who had been taken in by the family who lived there and who makes her presences known via the smell of freshly baking bread.

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Geographic Information

5267 Germantown Avenue
Germantown PA
United States

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40.03202157456092, -75.16849252268446
Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania
Nearest Towns:
Tioga, PA (1.6 mi.)
Wyndmoor, PA (3.6 mi.)
Bala Cynwyd, PA (3.9 mi.)
Wyncote, PA (4.4 mi.)
Glenside, PA (4.9 mi.)
Jenkintown, PA (5.0 mi.)
Narberth, PA (5.1 mi.)
Rockledge, PA (5.4 mi.)
Flourtown, PA (5.5 mi.)
Philadelphia, PA (5.5 mi.)


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