2309 Wichita Street

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The unusually pointy and turreted private home at 2309 Wichita St., made up of half-timbered gables, spires and rooftop decks, is rumored to be haunted, perhaps by former owner and former VA nurse Charles Fondow, who passed away in 2011 in a Barbados hospital at age 64 after becoming ill on a cruise.

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2309 Wichita Street
Houston, TX
United States

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29.722658, -95.37511
Harris County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Houston, TX (2.9 mi.)
West University Place, TX (3.5 mi.)
Southside Place, TX (3.9 mi.)
Bellaire, TX (5.2 mi.)
Hunters Creek Village, TX (7.9 mi.)
Hilshire Village, TX (8.3 mi.)
Galena Park, TX (8.7 mi.)
Piney Point Village, TX (8.9 mi.)
Spring Valley, TX (9.0 mi.)
Jacinto City, TX (9.0 mi.)


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  1. After looking at it on this site, I drove there out of boredom. When I got to the street, I started feeling really sick. And then when I got near the house (still in my car, on the street) I got a really bad feeling, I can’t explain it, but I never wanted to go back. Of course, now I feel like going back, because of the human’s retarded ability to forget pain and feelings. But I’ve never felt worse in my life. It was like I was going to die, but not exactly. It was much worse than impending doom.

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