Campbell's Store

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This historic general store was built in 1835 by James Campbell, and was a popular stop for travellers in the Hunter Valley Region for many years. Some claim that the former owner refused to leave the building after he passed away, and has been seen standing at the far end of the hallway before vanishing. At the rear of the property, a young man fell into a well and drowned. Although the original well has been removed, visitors have reportedly been pushed around by an unseen force.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

175 Swan Street
Morpeth, NSW

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-32.7253202, 151.62349270000004
Nearest Towns:
Raworth, AU (0.7 mi.)
Morpeth, AU (0.8 mi.)
Bowthorne, AU (2.3 mi.)
Swan Reach, AU (2.6 mi.)
Berry Park, AU (2.6 mi.)
Woodville, AU (2.9 mi.)
Duckenfield, AU (3.5 mi.)
Oakhampton, AU (3.7 mi.)
Maitland, AU (3.9 mi.)
Iona, AU (4.3 mi.)


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