Old Bell County Jail

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Dating back to the 1850’s, the old county jail is now a private residence. Reports say a glaring man, possibly a former prisoner, was seen staring down into the street when the place was for sale for a period of time. Upon investigation, the building was empty.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

201 North Pearl Street
Belton, TX
United States

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31.057926122341684, -97.46455483138561
Bell County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Belton, TX (0.1 mi.)
Morgans Point Resort, TX (6.2 mi.)
Temple, TX (7.7 mi.)
Little River-Academy, TX (8.0 mi.)
Nolanville, TX (8.5 mi.)
Salado, TX (8.8 mi.)
Union Grove, TX (9.1 mi.)
Sparks, TX (10.9 mi.)
Harker Heights, TX (11.7 mi.)
Holland, TX (13.0 mi.)


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