Kennedy Brothers Memorial Apartments

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Kennedy Brothers Memorial Apartments are rumored to be built on top of an old cemetery. Now, folks say they are haunted. Witnesses have reported disembodied footsteps, the sound of crying, and a ghost girl. The sound of someone playing basketball has been heard in the gym when no one was using the courts, and much more activity has been reported. In May 2014, a woman, age 60, was found burned to death inside one of the apartments. The cause of the fire was unknown.

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Geographic Information

Address:
447 S. Schutz
El Paso, TX 79907
United States

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GPS:
31.6850439, -106.33280669999999
County:
El Paso County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
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  1. desiree love cadena  |  

    I saw the little girl in our master bedroom. Little girl looking straight at me. Dog barked and clothes fell which was hanging from my doorknob. Apartment #347.

  2. cameron martinez  |  

    I lived there and my sister saw this girl in my moms room. I used to see a lot of things there and i had an expirence where i saw a little girl and my sister wanted to close the door then the girl told me she would come in the room if i did

  3. I lived in apt 117 growing up. There was a man dressed like he was in the navy but from the 1940s he walked from the front room on the right of the stair case straight accross to the back room. On the left was my room my window faced the back yard willow tree. A man lived in my closet he came out at night and watched me sleep sometimes the middle of my bed would push up like if it was kicked so id wake up. Theres a little kid that plays on the stairs at night she peaks her head over to the kitchen or living room and ud see her shadow. The doors would be knocked on. Doors opened and closed. You always felt like someone was watching u from the staircase. My moms room the main bedroom her door would slam and her stuff in the closet would be thrown off the top shelf. I actually wanted to interview the pple who live there now

  4. I have lived at the Kennedy’s for 12 years and my experience has been that I hear footsteps and I hear people talking, and I see shadows of kids walking around. Also I felt someone sitting at the edge of my bed and after a while just leaving until one day my niece said that there was a little girl sitting on the edge of my sisters bed and playing with the yoga ball we had.

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