The Pfeiffer House

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The Pfeiffer House restaurant was built in 1905 as the Pfeiffer family home, and is said to be haunted by Fred Pfeiffer, who grew up in the house. Fred moved into an assisted-living center in 1989 and passed away in 1994, only to return to his beloved home. According to witnesses, Fred knocks over salt and pepper shakers, plays on a piano, and opens and closes doors.

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Geographic Information

434 W. Wayne St
Fort Wayne, IN
United States

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41.0774571, -85.1455082
Allen County, Indiana
Nearest Towns:
Fort Wayne, IN (3.8 mi.)
New Haven, IN (6.8 mi.)
Huntertown, IN (10.5 mi.)
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Hoagland, IN (12.0 mi.)
Grabill, IN (13.1 mi.)
Zanesville, IN (13.1 mi.)
Ossian, IN (13.6 mi.)
Churubusco, IN (13.9 mi.)
Roanoke, IN (14.3 mi.)


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