Ellis Building

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Known as the “Reynolds Building,” “Giles-Ellis Building” or just the “Ellis Building”, this dates back to 1886. It was home to the Orlando Telephone Company for a time in the mid 1910s.

David Whitehead in his “Field Guide to Haunted Orlando” lists this location as the “O’Connell Building”, and mentions several paranormal light anomalies he personally experienced at this location during a nighttime vigil.

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Geographic Information

35 E. Pine St
Orlando, FL
United States

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28.5413319, -81.37823779999997
Orange County, Florida
Nearest Towns:
Orlando, FL (0.2 mi.)
Holden Heights, FL (3.1 mi.)
Fairview Shores, FL (3.6 mi.)
Edgewood, FL (3.8 mi.)
Conway, FL (3.9 mi.)
Winter Park, FL (4.7 mi.)
Pine Hills, FL (4.7 mi.)
Azalea Park, FL (4.7 mi.)
Pine Castle, FL (4.8 mi.)
Orlovista, FL (5.0 mi.)


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