The Jagger House at the Hale Farm and Village is rumored to be haunted. The house is part of Wheatfield, a living history museum within the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Visitors and workers have encountered weird things in this recreated village. Many of them have even seen the village's ghosts. Nearly everyone who visits this haunted history museum notices there is a creepy feel to the village.
The Jagger House is located at the Hale Farm and Village, a museum that is nestled within the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. The Jagger House was built in 1845 for Clement Jagger and his family. The house was originally constructed down the street near the Everett Covered Bridge. The house was later donated to the Western Reserve Historical Society for preservation.
The Jagger House is part of Wheatfield, a small village that the WRHS recreated in 1958. The village is a living history museum and actors recreate situations from the 1860s.
The Hale Farm and Village has guided tours and various programs throughout the year.
The entire Hale Farm and Village is allegedly haunted. The Jagger House is another place in Wheatfield that may also be home to supernatural residents. A lot of people have witnessed fleeting shadows and some have even have seen a ghost. Many visitors and most of the staff have ghost stories from their encounters with the village's spirits.
The Jagger House is located in the Hale Farm and Village, at 2686 Oak Hill Road, in Bath Township, Ohio.
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