Many people, for many years, have reported seeing an older man in the building, wearing denim coveralls and a long sleeve, cotton, plaid shirt. He appears in the room or walks around, never setting off the motion detectors, yet clearly visible. Clearly this is Mr. Vic, the builder and previous owner.
One popular night, 15 years ago, a 17 year old died of undiagnosed childhood diabetes, and has been seen hanging around by children and adults who never knew of his demise.
Many have seen a young girl in a flowing dress around, but her origin is undetermined.
Upstairs is storage, yet, on numerous occasions, many people together have heard a music box mysteriously turn on and off over the years.
(Submitted by Joe B.)
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- 1002 Navy Blvd
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- 30.4039544, -87.27527800000001
- Escambia County, Florida
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