Patterson Homestead

8-22-08, 11-14-08

1815 Brown Street. Dayton, OH 45409

Lunar Cycle:
Full Moon, Solar X-Rays:Normal, Geomagnetic Fields:Quiet, Temp.:45 degrees, Conditions:Medium Precipitation, Humidity:100 percent

The Patterson Homestead is a historic house museum located at 1815 Brown Street in Dayton, Ohio, USA. It was built in 1816 by American Revolutionary War veteran Colonel Robert Patterson.The house was built using Federal architecture in several sections over forty years. In 1953, the house was donated to the city of Dayton and has been used for a variety of purposes. At present time, the museum has six rooms containing period artifacts and original Patterson family artifacts. Robert Patterson's grandsons, John Henry Patterson and Frank Jefferson Patterson lived in the house as young children, and would eventually go on to found the National Cash Register Company in 1884.The home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is currently operated by Dayton History.

The claims are that this home is haunted by several members of the Patterson family. One of which is seen walking up the stairs in military uniform. You can hear children laughing throughout the house. There seems to be a mischievious adolescent male upstairs whom likes to pull pranks.


7-Sony night shot Camcorders, 1-Canon mini dv, 6-digital cameras, 3-35 mm cameras, 5-digital voice recorders, 4-EMF detectors, 2-K2 meter, 1-RF detctor, ION Generator

Personal Experiences:
Hutch doors opening and closing in front of four investigators, footsteps upstairs in attic and master bedroom, EMF spikes in master bedroom


there were a lot of people in the house. EVP's were very hard to get


VIDEO - Video of strange anomaly.