Carmine's

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At least one waitress at Carmine’s Restaurant in Tampa is convinced the place is haunted, according to Kim Cool in her book “Ghost Stories of Tampa Bay.” She swears she hears ghostly footsteps on the second floor, and every time someone goes up to investigate, no one is there.

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Geographic Information

Address:
1802 East 7th Avenue
Tampa, FL 33605
United States

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GPS:
27.960471, -82.438984
County:
Hillsborough County, Florida
Nearest Towns:
Tampa, FL (1.5 mi.)
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Carrollwood, FL (7.0 mi.)
University, FL (7.5 mi.)
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