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07.19.2019 Lunds-Jordon Farmhouse Private Investigation


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In 1910, James W. Lunds, and his wife Rose, started purchasing plats of land to build their home. The Lunds bought one plat of land for $840 and the other plat for $600, gaining 80+ acres. At this time, they started construction of a farmhouse located just outside of Warsaw, Indiana, and in 1911, the two-story farmhouse was completed.
 
In 1922, James started breaking up the plats and selling them. In 1922, they sold the property, along with the farmhouse, to David Rippey for a grand total of $915, which is worth over $13,000 today!
 
Over the years the house has gone through some updates, but much of the original structure is still in place. The original hardwood floor is still throughout the house and the original doors and door handles are too. In the laundry room, you can still see a cement pillar in the northwest corner and the original wood slats on the ceiling. The basement is cement and cement block, with the original root cellar still under the stairs.
 
This is where the story really gets interesting! In the 1950’s the Bassett family bought the property, and this is when reports of paranormal activity begins. When the Robinson family moved in next door, the wives became friends and Mrs Bassett would tell Mrs.Robinson about footsteps and voices in the house. On one occasion, Mrs. Bassett told Mrs. Robinson that the sprits told her there was treasure in the fireplace--Mrs. Bassett tore the fireplace down in search of it! As of today, the fireplace is gone, but the chimney still remains. However, it was reported that Mrs. Bassett did find Indian jewelry on the land behind her property. Could this have been Native American spirits speaking to her and walking around?
 
In 2001, the Jordon family bought the property from the Anglin-Brown family. The paranormal activity started almost immediately! While construction was going on, the Jordon family would hear footsteps, see shadows, hear voices, and doors began opening and closing. Once construction ceased, the activity continued. The Jordon family and friends would hear whistling, kids running upstairs, giggling, door and drawers opening and closing, shadows, footsteps, voices, full body apparitions, and the none of the family would sleep upstairs. As of today, the Jordon family still owns the property.
 
The cost to do a private investigation is $100 for up to 4 people and $25 each additional person up to a total of 10 investigators.  We also suggest you purchase event protection insurance in case something would happen and you wouldn't be able to make the event. 

 


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