The Natatorium

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The Natatorium, aka “The Nat,” was originally an indoor swimming pool that opened in 1922. In has also been a dance palace, the Nat Café, and now is an antiques mall. The Nat is rumored to be haunted with cold spots, unexplained noises, moving furniture, and the apparition of a woman in a white dress with a red stain–no, not blood; the stain is purported to be a wine spill.

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Geographic Information

Address:
2705 W. 6th Street
Amarillo, TX
United States

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GPS:
35.21077811964473, -101.86663837734159
County:
Potter County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Amarillo, TX (2.1 mi.)
Bishop Hills, TX (5.8 mi.)
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Palisades, TX (10.9 mi.)
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Bushland, TX (11.3 mi.)
Canyon, TX (16.2 mi.)
Panhandle, TX (29.0 mi.)
Claude, TX (29.2 mi.)
Boys Ranch, TX (31.1 mi.)

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