The corner at the intersection of I and 10th streets in La Porte is probably best known for the activities that reportedly occurred in the Andrew house.
The house is often referred to as the Andrew-Zimmerman house. It stood at 918 I Street. It was built between 1845 and 1850 by George Lafferty Andrew, a doctor from Ohio, for his wife, Catherine, who lived to be 100-years-old. The house gained much notoriety because of the reported ghostly activities occurring there. Some blamed the haunting on the spirits of a Potawatomi Indian maiden who died there about 182 years ago. One write-up reported her as being the daughter of Chief Saguenay.