Lee-Baker-Hodges House

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Built in the early 1830s, the historic mansion fell into disrepair in the 1970s and was saved by preservationists. It is sometimes open to the public for pre-scheduled nighttime paranormal investigation and history tours. A ghost child is said to reside in one of the bedrooms, and another child’s ghost disappears just inside the kitchen door. Also reported have been unexplained bright lights, strange sounds, footsteps, knocks that occur three times, and a phantom voice heard throughout the building.

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Geographic Information

590 1275 North
Carrollton, Illinois
United States

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39.30239360038714, -90.40893208984926
Greene County, Illinois
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