The Elliott Museum

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Several haunts are said to reside in this 1961 building erected by Harmon P. Elliott to honor his late father, inventor Sterling Elliott. The many apparitions that have been seen here, witnesses say, are hauntings that stem from the museum’s pieces. In other words, the exhibits have brought with them their own ghosts.

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825 N.E. Ocean Blvd
Stuart, FL
United States

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27.214792920766996, -80.17675280570984
Martin County, Florida
Nearest Towns:
Sewall's Point, FL (1.9 mi.)
Ocean Breeze Park, FL (3.1 mi.)
Rio, FL (3.9 mi.)
Jensen Beach, FL (4.3 mi.)
Stuart, FL (4.8 mi.)
Port Salerno, FL (5.1 mi.)
North River Shores, FL (5.7 mi.)
Palm City, FL (6.4 mi.)
Hutchinson Island South, FL (6.4 mi.)
Hobe Sound, FL (11.0 mi.)

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  1. John Richardson  |  

    The original Elliott Museum was razed and rebuilt about 5 years ago. Same location, totally modernized now. No more haunts!

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