Adobe Verde

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Once a 1920s electric cotton gin and now a Tex-Mex restaurant, Adobe Verde is the home of Frank, a ghost who likes to play pranks. According to local legend, Frank was a groundskeeper and a victim of unrequited love–he hanged himself from the rafters, and his spirit never left the building. He likes to turn the lights on and off, knock objects off the counters, and make noise like he’s running around in boots in the upstairs dining area when no one is there.

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1724 Hunter Rd
New Braunfels, TX 78130
United States

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29.740118, -98.10181699999998
Comal County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
New Braunfels, TX (2.9 mi.)
Lake Dunlap, TX (4.8 mi.)
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San Marcos, TX (13.8 mi.)
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  1. My daughter and I visited for lunch one day. We were sat off in a corner with no other females around. We were playing with a recorder and my daughter asked if there were any spirits that wanted to say anything. At the time we didn’t hear anything but on playback we heard a strong “yes” in a female voice. A few seconds later, we heard, “I’m here.”

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