Axelson House

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This historic house is rumoured to be haunted by at least two ghosts. The first is that of a signalman, who has been seen signalling from the house to the general public through morse code, while the other is a female former owner who has been seen gazing out across the bay.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

314 Florida Blanca Street
Pensacola, FL
United States

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30.409833, -87.207313
Escambia County, Florida
Nearest Towns:
Pensacola, FL (1.0 mi.)
East Pensacola Heights, FL (2.1 mi.)
Goulding, FL (2.5 mi.)
Warrington, FL (4.4 mi.)
Brent, FL (4.4 mi.)
West Pensacola, FL (4.5 mi.)
Gulf Breeze, FL (4.5 mi.)
Myrtle Grove, FL (6.0 mi.)
Ferry Pass, FL (6.9 mi.)
Bellview, FL (7.3 mi.)


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