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The John and Annie Glenn Museum

The John and Annie Glenn Museum paranormal

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Location submitted by: sdonley on 11/25/2019
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The house where John Glenn grew up, which is now the John and Annie Glenn Museum.

72 W Main St
New Concord , OH 43762
Phone: 800.752.2602
Open to the public: Yes

http://johnglennhome.org/

Lat: 39.993320
Lon: -81.736280

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Demographic Rank: 6
History: 1
Stories: 1
Claims: 0
Evidence: 0
Resources: 4
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During your time in the Glenn home, you will be engaged in life as John Glenn’s family lived it in one of three time periods. Costumed historians will make history come alive. Through their interpretation, you will experience social, cultural, and political connections with the past.

Visits include a short film about John and Annie Glenn, a living history tour, and a guided tour of special exhibits. A visit to the home will last about an hour – please add extra time for large groups.

Added by: sdonley on 07/03/2022 DB#:563
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http://johnandannieglennmuseum.org/


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We could not find any documented reports of paranormal activity at this location; however, during our last visit, we were told by one of the docents that there have been those who work there have had some strange experiences. We did not get a chance to interview any further to find out the exact paranormal experiences. If you have had any experiences in this building, please let us know so that we can add them to the database.

Added by: sdonley on 07/03/2022 DB#:1558
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The John and Annie Glenn Museum
Added: 07/03/2022 By: sdonley
May – September; Wednesday – Saturday 10:00 am -4:00 pm and Sunday 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm; Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays. Will open for groups by appointment. October; Wednesday-Saturday 10:00 am -4:00 pm and Sunday 1:00 pm-4:00 pm.
John & Annie Glenn Museum
Added: 07/03/2022 By: sdonley
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John & Annie Glenn Museum
Added: 07/03/2022 By: sdonley
Masks are no longer required but please practice social distancing whenever possible. Tour John Glenn’s childhood home in New Concord, Ohio, and experience life during the Great Depression and on the home front during WWII.
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Added: 07/03/2022 By: sdonley
Be immersed in a living history presentation in John Glenn’s boyhood home. Astronaut/Senator John Glenn’s boyhood home has been moved to Main Street in New Concord, Ohio and restored as it was when he lived there until his enlistment in World War II.

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