The Victorian Inn

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The third floor Zachary Suite – in king bedroom an unseen woman hums a happy tune. In the living room, a man whistling and being touched on the shoulder has been reported. In the queen room someone reports being touched on the back from shoulder to shoulder.

On the first floor a man is reported being seen walking on the front porch and then disappearing.

(Submitted by Marie)

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511 17th Street
Galveston, TX
United States

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29.306037, -94.78681999999998
Galveston County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Galveston, TX (0.7 mi.)
Texas City, TX (8.8 mi.)
Bayou Vista, TX (9.2 mi.)
La Marque, TX (11.9 mi.)
Hitchcock, TX (14.1 mi.)
Jamaica Beach, TX (14.1 mi.)
San Leon, TX (14.7 mi.)
Bolivar Peninsula, TX (17.2 mi.)
Bacliff, TX (18.6 mi.)
Dickinson, TX (19.2 mi.)

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