Tippecanoe Place - Real Haunted Place
This restaurant is located inside the Studebaker Mansion, which was once owned by Clement Studebaker of automobile fame. His son and nanny were seriously injured when a fire broke out in the nursery and he killed himself shortly after. Employees of the restaurant have reported seeing things move on their own and things moving from the corner of their eye.
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Not sure where you got your history, but the fire was in 1889 and Mr. Studebaker died in 1901 of the flu. He was 70.Posted 6/8/16
I was seated by a fireplace having dinner and saw a blue orb streak across it and disappear into the bricks. It was amazing.Posted 6/7/16
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