Louis Dasher Mansion

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The 1920’s mansion is allegedly haunted by previous members of the local Dasher family who lived there. A previous couple living there reported various accounts of poltergeist activity and apparitions of men and women in old-fashioned clothing.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Harrison and Roosevelt
Allen Park, MI
United States

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42.2563775, -83.214158
Wayne County, Michigan
Nearest Towns:
Allen Park, MI (0.2 mi.)
Lincoln Park, MI (1.9 mi.)
Melvindale, MI (2.7 mi.)
Taylor, MI (3.0 mi.)
Southgate, MI (3.1 mi.)
Ecorse, MI (3.6 mi.)
River Rouge, MI (4.2 mi.)
Wyandotte, MI (4.4 mi.)
Dearborn, MI (4.9 mi.)
Inkster, MI (5.5 mi.)


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