Mason Long House

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Mason Long was born in 1842 and was orphaned by age 10. He got a job and later fought in the Civil War. After that he became a businessman and ended up a successful stockbroker. He died here of a stroke in 1902. The private home is said to be haunted by Mason Long himself. Witnesses have reported strange lots, misty figures, and phantom perfume.

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Geographic Information

922 Columbia Ave
Fort Wayne, IN
United States

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41.08387099999999, -85.12703299999998
Allen County, Indiana
Nearest Towns:
Fort Wayne, IN (3.2 mi.)
New Haven, IN (5.9 mi.)
Huntertown, IN (10.3 mi.)
Leo-Cedarville, IN (10.6 mi.)
Hoagland, IN (11.8 mi.)
Grabill, IN (12.1 mi.)
Harlan, IN (13.3 mi.)
Zanesville, IN (14.0 mi.)
Ossian, IN (14.2 mi.)
Churubusco, IN (14.2 mi.)


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