University of Central Florida - Carey Hand Building

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Now used as a branch office of the University of Central Florida, known as the Ying Academic Center, this was once the Carey Hand Funeral Home. (That company still exists, with numerous Orlando area branches.)

Footsteps and whispering are commonly heard when no one is around.

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Geographic Information

Address:
36 W. Pine St
Orlando, FL
United States

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GPS:
28.540931, -81.37977699999999
County:
Orange County, Florida
Nearest Towns:
Orlando, FL (0.2 mi.)
Holden Heights, FL (3.1 mi.)
Fairview Shores, FL (3.6 mi.)
Edgewood, FL (3.8 mi.)
Conway, FL (4.0 mi.)
Pine Hills, FL (4.6 mi.)
Winter Park, FL (4.8 mi.)
Azalea Park, FL (4.8 mi.)
Pine Castle, FL (4.8 mi.)
Orlovista, FL (4.9 mi.)

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