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Warren County Ohio Ghosts and Hauntings


Glendower Historic Mansion
Lebanon, Ohio 45036

Ghostly whispers and shadow figures are said to be seen in this 1840s home.




The Golden Lamb Inn/Restaurant
Lebanon, OH 45036

The inn originated in 1801 and many have passed through its doors to stay the night. Some never leave. At least three ghosts are said to roam the building - *A little girl, Elizabeth Clay, who stopped at the inn and died of typhoid fever in 1825.

*Sarah Kilpatrick - lived in the inn when she was young, but her ghostly young self is said to play tricks on staff.

*Lawyer, Clement Laird Vallandigham who accidently shot himself in a room while attempting to reenact a shooting for display in a court hearing.


Golden Lamb



Dog Street Cemetery
—Kings Island

The cemetery and grounds of Kings Island are said to be haunted by a little girl. Many believe it is Missouri Jane Galeenor (age 5)  who was buried in the cemetery in 1846.


Kings Island - Dog Road Cemetery


Museum at the Friends Home

Waynesville, Ohio 45068

The 1905 Friends Boarding Home was built by Quakers as a home for retired Quakers. Young teachers also lived in the home. It had indoor plumbing and electricity even at an early time. For $3.50 a week, boarders received room and board, meals and laundry. The building accommodated over 20 boarders and offered a dining area. The building is haunted by a young child who has been heard giggling and running through the rooms. She also rocks chairs and is attached to one of the dolls kept in the museum. The museum also offers ghost tours of Waynesville: 513.897.1607


Friends Meeting House


Hammel House Inn and Restaurant in Waynesville
Waynesville, OH 45068

A ghostly mist slips from Room 4 and down to the dining room, believed to be a salesman who disappeared mysteriously in the 1800s.


Hammel House


Old McClung Home
Mason, OH 45040

On April 12, 1901, 61 year old recluse Rebecca McClung was found beaten to death in her bedroom at 101 E Main Street. Although her husband was arrested for the murder, he was acquitted. Her murderer was never brought to justice and her ghost has been seen peering out of the upper windows where she once peeked between the curtains watching those in Mason, Ohio go about their daily lives.


The Old McClung Home


Old Peters Cartridge Factory
Kings Mills, OH 45034

On July 15th, 1890 at 3:50 p.m., a train car collided with two load cars filled with 800 kegs of gunpowder along the Little Miami Railroad. People as far as six miles away in Lebanon heard the explosion. In a chain reaction, 800 more kegs exploded. When it was all said and done, 12 had died. The ghosts of those who died are said to linger along the road and in the buildings in misty forms and full-bodied apparitions.


Powder Factory - Mason Ohio


Stetson House

Waynesville, Ohio

The house was originally the home of John Stetson’s sister Louisa (Stetson) Larrick who died there in 1879 of TB. It was also used by a school teacher in the 1900s. The ghost of a dark haired woman has been seen around the building and it is assumed to be one of the two women.


Stetson House