Colonial Hotel

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According to the Texas Hauntings Society, this hotel has several reports of unexplained activity – particularly in room 101, where unseen hands were felt grabbing at guests underneath the sheets, and a creepy apparition of an infant was seen and heard.

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Geographic Information

Address:
1147 E. Levee Street
Brownsville, TX 78520
United States

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GPS:
25.900745, -97.49877700000002
County:
Cameron County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Brownsville, TX (0.1 mi.)
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