F. W. Schuerenberg House

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Built in 1895, this historic mansion is rumoured to be haunted by two or more ghosts. The spirit of a young girl in an old-fashioned dress has been seen peering out from the first floor bay window, and the upstairs nursery was once the scene of a tragic suicide.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

503 West Alamo Street
Brenham, TX
United States

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30.165199, -96.40298789999997
Washington County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Brenham, TX (0.3 mi.)
Burton, TX (11.6 mi.)
Somerville, TX (14.6 mi.)
Industry, TX (14.6 mi.)
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Bellville, TX (17.2 mi.)
Round Top, TX (18.8 mi.)
Hempstead, TX (20.0 mi.)
Snook, TX (22.7 mi.)
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