Velasco Pueblo

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This house dates back to the 1850’s, and was renovated a number of times before the death of Senor Velasco. The house began to fall into gradual disrepair, until it was finally restored by owners, who were the first to note the presence of a ghost. While working in the bedroom of the fire-damaged house, an owner saw the apparition of the torso and head of man with a moustache staring at him, before it disappeared. It was later confirmed to be that of Senor Velasco, who has been seen on several other occasions during the renovation process. Furniture and objects are moved around the house by an unseen entity.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

477 South Stone Avenue
Tucson, AZ
United States

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32.2152739, -110.97006290000002
Pima County, Arizona
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