Clifton Public Library

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The ghost of a man in white roams the wooded area and field behind the library branch.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Address:
300 East Water Street
Clifton, TN
United States

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GPS:
35.38732439799201, -87.99173900482856
County:
Wayne County, Tennessee
Nearest Towns:
Clifton, TN (0.2 mi.)
Mount Carmel, TN (7.7 mi.)
Saltillo, TN (12.3 mi.)
Waynesboro, TN (13.8 mi.)
Decaturville, TN (15.4 mi.)
Olivet, TN (16.8 mi.)
Scotts Hill, TN (16.8 mi.)
Sardis, TN (17.4 mi.)
Linden, TN (18.0 mi.)
Savannah, TN (18.4 mi.)

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  1. Charity Hjorth  |  

    My grandmother lives in a small house behind the library. Growing up, I have walked that road to go the small store. I never seen or heard anything.

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