United States Post Office

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The old post office building is haunted by several spirits. Disembodied footsteps and loud voices are heard when no one is around. Mail is thrown around the post office, and objects go missing, only to turn up in different places to where they were left. The apparition of a tall dark man has been seen on several occasions in the post office building.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Address:
368 North Main Street
Jellico, TN
United States

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GPS:
36.58980892926069, -84.12628689406125
County:
Campbell County, Tennessee
Nearest Towns:
Jellico, TN (0.1 mi.)
Pleasant View, KY (6.1 mi.)
Emlyn, KY (8.0 mi.)
Williamsburg, KY (10.8 mi.)
Fincastle, TN (13.2 mi.)
LaFollette, TN (14.3 mi.)
Hunter, TN (15.7 mi.)
Rockholds, KY (16.5 mi.)
Pine Knot, KY (17.8 mi.)
Winfield, TN (18.2 mi.)

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