The 1910 house was originally a servants’ quarters or carriage house on an estate. Legend has it that when the main estate house burned down, the residents moved in to 26 Toque Place. There, 8-year-old Jennifer was met with strange events. The mirror in the bathroom produced lines, writing that said “hi.” Many strange events followed, involving a ghostly little boy. The walls also were said to bleed, tales say a result of his grandmother’s violent death inside the house. However, the ghostly incidents seem to have subsided; none of the recent owners have experienced any paranormal happenings.
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- 26 Toque Place
St. Augustine, FL
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- 29.895362, -81.31237199999998
- St. Johns County, Florida
- Nearest Towns:
- Saint Augustine, FL (0.1 mi.)
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Marineland, FL (16.7 mi.)
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