Brass Armadillo Antiques Mall

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People who visit the antiques mall have reported cold spots, disembodied footsteps, objects moving around and braking by themselves and the feeling of being watched. The ghost of a woman in a black dress has been seen in various parts of the building, along with various other shadowy apparitions.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Address:
12419 N 28th Dr
Phoenix, AZ
United States

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GPS:
33.5981346, -112.11838260000002
County:
Maricopa County, Arizona
Nearest Towns:
Glendale, AZ (5.7 mi.)
Peoria, AZ (7.0 mi.)
Sun City, AZ (8.8 mi.)
Youngtown, AZ (10.6 mi.)
Phoenix, AZ (10.7 mi.)
Paradise Valley, AZ (11.1 mi.)
El Mirage, AZ (11.9 mi.)
Surprise, AZ (12.6 mi.)
Tolleson, AZ (13.1 mi.)
Sun City West, AZ (13.6 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://brassarmadillo.com/phoenix

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  1. Hi My husband and I had visited this antique mall on vacation, we had no idea it was haunted….as we were walking around shopping, an old carved wooden american indian shaman’s doll that was laying on its back on a table spun around and touched my hand as i walked past the table. my husband yelled as he witnessed it, i jumped back in shock of something touching my hand as well. i had hair standing up and goosebumps i couldn’t stand still i was so freaked out for a long time after it was the worst feeling! we had to immediately leave because my skin felt like electricity. i asked the workers as we walked out if it was haunted and they said yes, we also contacted the paranormal society and were informed this is a regular occurrence and it is one of their favorite places to gather paranormal evidence.

  2. Visiting town, stopped by the mall to find a unique Christmas gift, Dec 12 (between 9-10 am). Walked through many of the various sections, all good and nothing unusual. While walking through a section within the center of the store I suddenly got a disorientated feeling. Took a few steps forward and the feeling went away instantly. Perplexed I went back to the spot a few steps away where the feeling occurred and the feeling did not occur with the same intensity but definitely felt drawn to a display directly adjacent – feeling of being watched or something to that effect.

    The feeling was strong enough to give this consideration throughout the day then google this evening – surprised to find I am not seemingly alone in experiences at this mall. I can share that it wasn’t scary or negative; but definitely a pronounced and very intense feeling when it occurred.

  3. i frequent this place alot and sometimes it feels a little creepy. I get super anxious walking around but booth 17 is pretty haunted! I’ve felt and seen alot of items move and lights flicker.

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