Georgetown Art Center

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In this 1894 former firehouse, visitors have reported hearing disembodied footsteps and have seen the apparition of a man in old-fashioned cowboy attire.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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816 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX
United States

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30.6359643, -97.67716280000002
Williamson County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Georgetown, TX (0.2 mi.)
Serenada, TX (4.5 mi.)
Weir, TX (6.1 mi.)
Round Rock, TX (8.8 mi.)
Brushy Creek, TX (9.2 mi.)
Hutto, TX (10.1 mi.)
Leander, TX (11.2 mi.)
Windemere, TX (12.3 mi.)
Cedar Park, TX (12.4 mi.)
Wells Branch, TX (13.1 mi.)


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  1. I work at thunderclud subs which replaced the old firehouse next to the art museum and our doorbell keeps going off randomly at night sometimes multiple times in a row for no reason with no one pressing it. We have also lost the doorbell button that is on a separate piece of plastic. Footsteps and noises of doors closing when no one is there, also stuff gets knocked off the shelves pretty often with no reason for them too. My friend who also works here has heard voices and so did the firemen who used to work there before it became thundercloud. I am now terrified closing at night and we turn the lights off is when the activity happens the most.

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