Spartanburg Community College - Evans Building

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The Evans Building was Frank Evans High School in the 1920s but is now the Evans Academic Center of Spartanburg Community College. Not only can footsteps be heard in the hallways, but witnesses say late at night on the old basketball court, you can sometimes hear the dribbling and sneaker squeaks of a phantom basketball game.

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Geographic Information

Address:
220 East Kennedy St.
Spartanburg, SC 29302
United States

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GPS:
34.94921986368892, -81.9268029914017
County:
Spartanburg County, South Carolina
Nearest Towns:
Spartanburg, SC (0.3 mi.)
Saxon, SC (2.4 mi.)
Arcadia, SC (3.7 mi.)
Southern Shops, SC (4.6 mi.)
Fairforest, SC (4.7 mi.)
Glendale, SC (5.1 mi.)
Roebuck, SC (5.3 mi.)
Valley Falls, SC (5.4 mi.)
Converse, SC (6.0 mi.)
Clifton, SC (6.5 mi.)

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