The Winds Resort Beach Club

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A ghost named Sam lingers in one of the cabins here. Sam was a guest here when he died of a heart attack, and many claim he never left the buidling. Witnesses, both guests and employees, have reported cold spots and window shades opening on their own, and some have even seen the ghost of Sam himself.

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Geographic Information

Address:
310 E 1st St
Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469
United States

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GPS:
33.893817, -78.41079300000001
County:
Brunswick County, North Carolina
Nearest Towns:
Ocean Isle Beach, NC (0.9 mi.)
Shallotte, NC (5.7 mi.)
Sunset Beach, NC (5.9 mi.)
Holden Beach, NC (6.3 mi.)
Calabash, NC (9.4 mi.)
Varnamtown, NC (9.7 mi.)
Carolina Shores, NC (9.7 mi.)
Little River, SC (11.8 mi.)
Oak Island, NC (14.4 mi.)
North Myrtle Beach, SC (16.4 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://thewinds.com/

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