Wedemeyer Academy

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Formerly a boy’s school during the 1800’s, this historic building may soon become a bed and breakfast inn. The place is haunted by a number of spirits, including former students and the apparition of a former owner. Footsteps have been heard on the stairs, and a strange voice has been known to call out names.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

404 East Ninth Avenue
Belton, TX
United States

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31.063616, -97.45746700000001
Bell County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Belton, TX (0.7 mi.)
Morgans Point Resort, TX (5.9 mi.)
Temple, TX (7.2 mi.)
Little River-Academy, TX (7.9 mi.)
Nolanville, TX (8.8 mi.)
Salado, TX (9.4 mi.)
Union Grove, TX (9.6 mi.)
Sparks, TX (11.0 mi.)
Harker Heights, TX (12.0 mi.)
Holland, TX (13.2 mi.)


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