First National Bank Building

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This 1914 granite building, one of the grandest in its time, was more recently used as a setting for the film “Day of the Dead.” Seen in the opening credits, the building was spattered with blood and filled with zombie actors. But the place is said to have a real haunt, too: For many years, employees have witnessed the ghost of a man who runs through the stairwell.

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Geographic Information

Address:
2248 First St.
Fort Myers, FL
United States

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GPS:
26.6443783, -81.86975239999998
County:
Lee County, Florida
Nearest Towns:
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  1. yeah i think its haunted my dad used to work here when i was little there was always something spooky about this place more in the back of the back though and yes on the stairs more in the darker areas of this place

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