Old Cedar City Retirement Village

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The building closed down many years ago, but there are still reports of weird phenomena here. People driving past the building at night claim to see an old woman staring down at them from inside the retirement home, and see strange flashing lights that move around the building of their own accord.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Address:
S 75 and E 680 S
Cedar City, UT
United States

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GPS:
37.66611384730918, -113.0587513446153
County:
Iron County, Utah
Nearest Towns:
Cedar City, UT (0.8 mi.)
Enoch, UT (7.6 mi.)
Kanarraville, UT (11.2 mi.)
Summit, UT (11.5 mi.)
Brian Head, UT (11.5 mi.)
Parowan, UT (17.5 mi.)
New Harmony, UT (18.8 mi.)
Paragonah, UT (21.7 mi.)
Newcastle, UT (26.8 mi.)
Toquerville, UT (31.1 mi.)

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