Minter Mansion

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This historic mansion is now an architectural firm. In recent times, employees began reporting paranormal activity, including a ghostly shade, faces peering out of the second floor of the building and a ghostly woman known as ‘Annie’. The owner dug a little deeper into these reports, and found that these reports originated back in the 1970’s, when a pair of workmen guarding the building fled in fright after a heavy oak door slammed shut of its own accord.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

340 Beech Street
Abilene, TX
United States

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32.4527686, -99.7392769
Taylor County, Texas
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