Wolf Mansion - Josephus Wolf House - Real Portage Haunted Place
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I took a tour in 2010 and stood in the kitchen in a corner alone and felt like someone or something grabbed me on the side of my stomach.... i let one of the owners know while on the way to another spot in the house and he was interested... i also tried to record using a brand new knock off go pro camera but itd freeze every 2 seconds n could not save any footage i also had to take out the battery n put it back in for it to work again.Posted 11/24/20
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On Saturday June 20th approximately 2:45 a.m. Has anyone noticed a mysterious object walking which believe on four legs unidentified animal the beach into the water and sat there bouncing up and down no noise and the closer I got the object stop in the water as if it was giving me eye to eye contact has anyone else witness this mysterious object at whihala beach Indiana????Posted 6/21/20
This is the true story is
Okay no im actually someone who lives in the town of the wolf mansion yes there was slaves in 1875 so who commented that it would be illegal no it was not it was illegal in the east of the state we are the north the real story was that the Wolf house was a ending/starting to one of the underground trailers were they would help slaves escape Joshephus Wolf fell in love with one of his slaves and had intercourse and got his slave pregnant the town found out and actually chased him and killed his love after his love was killed he was heartbroken where he did kill alot of people but they were not his slaves it was town people then he ended up killing himself so thats the REAL storyPosted 11/28/19
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I’ve been here
Let’s just day I heard many voices. Many angry souls and crying souls. It’s terrifying! I don’t recommend going late at night.Posted 9/26/19
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The Wild Mansion is haunted.
Whoever wrote this made up the story. There is no bell tower. It is a cupola so the owner could view his property. A young daughter was driving her pony cart around the house. It flipped over and killed her.Posted 5/10/19
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Fyi.. Slave part is a farse.. Slavery was abolished in the state of Indiana by state constitution by 1820.. Meaning it would have been illegal. JsPosted 4/5/19
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