THE HANNAH HOUSE
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST
STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST
The story of the Hannah House.
The Hannah house is an older home
in Indianapolis, Indiana built in 1858 by Alexander Moore Hannah. This is a
mansion that over the years has had many owners, all have claimed to hear
noises, smell death and see objects move around with out rhyme or reason.
Some believed that possibly one of the original
owners possibly Alexander or his wife Elizabeth had come back home to scare away
the new owners, but no one knew of any deaths in the home.
The Hannah house had a secret, a very deep dark
secret. Alexander Hannah was a very well known abolitionist and was against
every thing that slavery stood for. It was learned that his mansion was used as
a station on the Underground Railroad or so the legend goes. The runaway or
escaped slaves would come to the Hannah house and stay downstairs in the
basement until the Hannah’s could secretly put them on a wagon to go to the next
Underground Railroad station.
As the legend goes, a fire broke out in the
basement of the Hannah House; several slaves were burned alive while trying to
keep the whereabouts of the basement quiet. If the Hannah’s had been found to be
part of the Underground Railroad their very lives would have been at stake.
Any secrets left in this house, in a quiet
Indianapolis neighborhood, will remain secret and the only signs forthcoming
will be the groaning, whining and a sudden opening or closing of a door to tell
The Hannah House
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