Lamar University - Sigma Phi Epsilon

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Local tales say this house, purchased by the university in the 1980s, was once a dream house built by a farmer. After the farmer passed, it fell into disrepute as a brothel. Now a frat house, a ghost named Chester is said to reside here, making himself known by knocking, opening and closing doors and walking up and down the stairs. Chester is said to be a friendly sort who protects the fraternity boys who live here from harm.

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Geographic Information

Address:
1325 West Virgina
Beaumont, Texas 77706
United States

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GPS:
30.041651, -94.09544599999998
County:
Jefferson County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
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