Christiana Fire Company Station 12

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Some say two ghosts, one evil and one kind, haunt the station, formerly known as Station 3. The evil spirit appears as a shadow in the engineer’s room doorway. The kind ghost rarely is seen, but it is believed that he keeps the evil ghost from leaving the hallway where it appears. Witnesses say they have felt an ongoing struggle between the two entities.

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Geographic Information

2 East Main Street
Christiana DE, 19702
United States

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39.664928362715365, -75.65974858402114
New Castle County, Delaware
Nearest Towns:
Bear, DE (2.5 mi.)
Brookside, DE (3.6 mi.)
Wilmington Manor, DE (4.3 mi.)
Newport, DE (4.3 mi.)
Newark, DE (5.0 mi.)
New Castle, DE (5.0 mi.)
Pike Creek, DE (5.1 mi.)
Pike Creek Valley, DE (5.3 mi.)
Elsmere, DE (6.1 mi.)
Glasgow, DE (6.2 mi.)


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