|Built in 1845 by Clement Jagger, a prosperous carriage-maker in Bath, Ohio.|
2686 Oak Hill Rd
Bath , OH 44210
Phone: (330) 666-3711
Open to the public: Yes
Demographic Rank: 6
Vistor Rating: 0.0
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Built in 1845 by Clement Jagger, a prosperous carriage-maker in Bath, Ohio, this Greek Revival-style home was relocated a short distance to Hale Farm in 1962. Today it is interpreted as the "Wheatfield Township" home and office of "Dr. William Tibbals" and his family.
Added by: sdonley on 08/05/2017 DB#:321
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The most frightening house at Hale by far is the Jagger house. This house itself hates. . . I hated to work in that house, even during the day. And whoever worked in there would just become hateful the entire day. If you stayed in the house for just a few minutes you just hated everything and everyone. People that worked that house together would be arguing constantly.
Added by: sdonley on 08/05/2017 DB#:1278
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|2504||08/05/2017||sdonley||People have reported feeling oppressed in house.|
|2505||08/05/2017||sdonley||Moods would change for those who spent a long period of time in the house.|
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