Old Bigelow Gym

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Down the road from the Bigelow High School, there is an old recreational gym there. If you go into the attic of the old gym, you can here the screams of a young boy who died there a long time ago. There is also the sound of a piano being played, when there is no one around.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Address:
236 Holden Street
Bigelow, AR
United States

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GPS:
35.0011986, -92.62988469999999
County:
Perry County, Arkansas
Nearest Towns:
Bigelow, AR (0.0 mi.)
Fourche, AR (0.7 mi.)
Houston, AR (4.3 mi.)
Perryville, AR (9.8 mi.)
Perry, AR (9.8 mi.)
Roland, AR (10.2 mi.)
Oppelo, AR (10.4 mi.)
Plumerville, AR (11.0 mi.)
Menifee, AR (11.0 mi.)
Mayflower, AR (11.9 mi.)

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