Martin House

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This home is infamous among locals of Panama City, Florida. An entire family was allegedly murdered there years ago, and it is now supposed to be haunted by their anguished spirits. The house is owned by the Smurfit Stone Papermill across the street, and is still used by them for corporate meetings from time to time.

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    Geographic Information

    Address:
    119 Bayou Dr.
    Panama City, FL
    United States

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    GPS:
    30.137573116730533, -85.61421141028404
    County:
    Bay County, Florida
    Nearest Towns:
    Parker, FL (0.8 mi.)
    Springfield, FL (1.1 mi.)
    Cedar Grove, FL (2.4 mi.)
    Callaway, FL (2.9 mi.)
    Panama City, FL (3.1 mi.)
    Tyndall Air Force Base, FL (3.6 mi.)
    Hiland Park, FL (4.4 mi.)
    Pretty Bayou, FL (6.4 mi.)
    Lynn Haven, FL (7.7 mi.)
    Upper Grand Lagoon, FL (7.8 mi.)

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    1. The current owner is Rock Tenn. I have seen figures in the windows at night but, you can’t go in there and the road is about a 100 yards away. I have heard that all of the houses around Lake Martin are haunted. Also, Lake Martin (like much of NW Florida) is home to some prehistoric sized alligators.

    2. When I was a young boy me and my friends would sneak in the house through the side kitkitchen door it was alway open,I’ve seen things move inside the house,figures in the windows,me and some friends was playing chase inside and one of my friends I was chasing up stairs went through a window busting it out and fell all the way to the ground from the second floor he said something grabbed him and threw him out of the window,and that’s not all I’ve seen in that house but you get that the house is in no dought haunted, I once saw a pentagram draw it’s self in one of the flood lights on the back of the house and that’s demonic! !!!!!!!!!!!

    3. Not haunted, have been in there many, many times. Was in it over the weekend. I work at the mill and they have owned it for ages and use it for company fuctions. A family named “Martin” NEVER lived there and no one killed their family in the house. It was the original home of the saw mill manager (before the paper mill there was a saw mill). It has been owned by the paper mill since 1932 and no one has lived there since. Just an old house, nothing creepy about it at all and if they would let me live there I would.

      • Thank you for being sensible. The introduction in the video let me know there were morons in control. Bad film, filthy language, and stupid commentary. It was actually annoying.

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