Olde Park Hotel and Antiques

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This 1880’s hotel and antiques shop has been determined by a visiting psychic to be one of the most haunted in the state. Formerly a schoolhouse and a saloon, upwards of thirty spirits haunt the old building, including an older gentleman who frequents an armchair on the second floor, a cowboy who appears on the main staircase, a young boy in overalls and a woman in an old-fashioned dress who was once mistaken for an employee by a visitor. On an interesting note, a doll kept in the main store room is not for sale. This is due to the fact that the porcelain piece belonged to the current owners mother, and she once witnessed it levitate between two shelves of its own accord.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

107 South Sixth Street
Ballinger, TX
United States

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31.7392228, -99.94505079999999
Runnels County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Ballinger, TX (0.2 mi.)
Winters, TX (15.0 mi.)
Paint Rock, TX (16.0 mi.)
Miles, TX (17.0 mi.)
Bronte, TX (22.8 mi.)
Novice, TX (25.6 mi.)
Lawn, TX (29.6 mi.)
Coleman, TX (31.1 mi.)
Blackwell, TX (32.5 mi.)
Robert Lee, TX (33.4 mi.)


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