Sedamsville Rectory - Cincinnati OH Haunted Place
Workers that have helped renovate the building have reported eerie shadows and mists under the doors of the empty rooms. Some believe that one of the ghosts that live at the location is that of Father Donald MacLeod, who wrote “The History of Roman Catholicism in North America.” Locals say he was hit and killed by a train nearby and that they have witnessed his ghost walking near the building or along the railroad tracks. Unexplained footsteps and voices have been heard, along with doors that open and close on their own. The spirit of a clergyman has also been reported, along with those of a man and child who were both found dead, at different times, on the street in front of the building. The child had a noose around its neck when found.
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