Cobblestone Antiques

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This antiques store is rumoured to be haunted by three spirits from a historical era. Dating back to 1895, much of the paranormal activity, including strange noises and items being thrown by unseen hands, has been reported in the upstairs section of the shop.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

712 South Austin Avenue
Georgetown, TX
United States

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30.636951, -97.67833059999998
Williamson County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Georgetown, TX (0.3 mi.)
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Hutto, TX (10.2 mi.)
Leander, TX (11.1 mi.)
Windemere, TX (12.4 mi.)
Cedar Park, TX (12.4 mi.)
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