Abraham Curry House

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Allegedly haunted by the original owner, Abraham Curry. People say that his ghost is a full body apparition that is clear enough to be readily identified as the ghost and namesake of the house. This house is not open to the public and is a private office.

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Geographic Information

406 N. Nevada St.
Carson City, NV
United States

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39.1661126, -119.76869149999999
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