La Carafe

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The second floor of this building is believed to be haunted. The building dates back to before the civil war. The apparition of a large African American man has been seen, and staff and patrons have heard footsteps and the sound of a body being dragged across the upstairs floor.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Address:
813 Congress Ave
Houston, TX 77002
United States

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GPS:
29.7631333, -95.36182710000003
County:
Harris County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Houston, TX (0.1 mi.)
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