Anderson City Hall

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Once an 1800s dance hall, the building that houses Anderson City Hall is said to be haunted by the spirit of a Native American woman and her child, who were murdered on the site long ago. Witnesses have heard residual dancing music and the cries of a child.

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Geographic Information

Address:
1887 Howard St
Anderson, CA 96007
United States

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GPS:
40.447789, -122.30019520000002
County:
Shasta County, California
Nearest Towns:
Anderson, CA (0.1 mi.)
Cottonwood, CA (4.4 mi.)
Palo Cedro, CA (8.6 mi.)
Millville, CA (9.6 mi.)
Redding, CA (10.7 mi.)
Bella Vista, CA (13.8 mi.)
Bend, CA (14.2 mi.)
Shasta, CA (14.5 mi.)
Keswick, CA (14.9 mi.)
Shasta Lake, CA (16.5 mi.)

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