Keuffers Building

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The ghost of a young woman has been seen looking out the second-floor windows of the Keuffers Building.

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Chartres and Toulouse
New Orleans, LA
United States

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29.956550557297543, -90.0645311134918
Orleans Parish, Louisiana
Nearest Towns:
New Orleans, LA (0.6 mi.)
Gretna, LA (3.0 mi.)
Arabi, LA (3.5 mi.)
Terrytown, LA (3.7 mi.)
Harvey, LA (3.7 mi.)
Marrero, LA (4.5 mi.)
Jefferson, LA (5.3 mi.)
Metairie, LA (5.6 mi.)
Timberlane, LA (5.8 mi.)
Westwego, LA (5.8 mi.)


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  1. The building if you go in to the public parking lot you will see three small windows with bars, the second one stick your hand in and feel the head of a small child.

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