Kaup Pharmacy - Homestead Restaurant

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Once known as Homestead Food and Spirits, the building that houses the Kaup Pharmacy is said to have a ghostly resident. A lady’s apparition has been spotted, and the door to the women’s restroom has been known to open and close on its own.

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Geographic Information

102 N Wayne
Fort Recovery, OH 45846
United States

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40.413203742839514, -84.77924752233776
Mercer County, Ohio
Nearest Towns:
Fort Recovery, OH (0.2 mi.)
Salamonia, IN (5.0 mi.)
Saint Henry, OH (7.3 mi.)
Burkettsville, OH (8.4 mi.)
New Weston, OH (8.9 mi.)
Coldwater, OH (9.2 mi.)
Portland, IN (10.5 mi.)
Rossburg, OH (11.9 mi.)
North Star, OH (12.6 mi.)
Bryant, IN (12.8 mi.)


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