West Virginia State Capitol

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The 1930s Capitol building is said to be haunted by the ghost of a woman as well as the spirit of a maintenance man who perished of a heart attack on the job. Some believe the 2 ghosts actually died in a 1921 fire; others dispute that claim.

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Geographic Information

Address:
1900 Kanawha Boulevard East
Charleston, West Virginia
United States

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GPS:
38.3363578, -81.6121559
County:
Kanawha County, West Virginia
Nearest Towns:
Charleston, WV (1.4 mi.)
Rand, WV (4.6 mi.)
Coal Fork, WV (5.1 mi.)
South Charleston, WV (5.2 mi.)
Big Chimney, WV (6.3 mi.)
Marmet, WV (6.7 mi.)
Dunbar, WV (7.0 mi.)
Belle, WV (8.3 mi.)
Pinch, WV (8.7 mi.)
Chesapeake, WV (8.8 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.wvculture.org/agency/capitol.html

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