If you go to other websites, you’ll see this stunning piece of haunting “evidence”: There is proof that this place has been lived on for 7.000 years! Wow. And what does that have to do with it being haunted? We aren’t sure, but other sites claim to find that somehow relevant. Supposedly also, you can see shadows if you look out the window! Well golly, I can see shadows if I look out my window, I guess my house is haunted? While the actual haunted evidence is slim on this one, it is claimed to be, so go and visit for yourself and make up your own mind.
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- Campus of U. of the Incarnate Word
San Antonio, TX
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- 29.468388330201204, -98.46598380801879
- Bexar County, Texas
- Nearest Towns:
- Terrell Hills, TX (1.0 mi.)
Alamo Heights, TX (1.1 mi.)
Olmos Park, TX (1.5 mi.)
San Antonio, TX (3.5 mi.)
Kirby, TX (4.8 mi.)
Castle Hills, TX (4.9 mi.)
Balcones Heights, TX (5.3 mi.)
Windcrest, TX (6.1 mi.)
Hill Country Village, TX (8.0 mi.)
China Grove, TX (8.9 mi.)
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