The Little Big Store

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This old-fashioned general store is rumoured to be haunted by a ghost from the past, perhaps a former owner. Phenomena reported here includes disembodied footsteps in the aisles and items being knocked from shelves by unseen hands.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

35 South Eighth Street
Defuniak Springs, FL
United States

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30.72068220269443, -86.1140745207831
Walton County, Florida
Nearest Towns:
DeFuniak Springs, FL (0.1 mi.)
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  1. I’m a paranormal investigator and the founder of the Ghost Detectives Crew. I would like to talk to the owner or the staff of the store, please

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