Alice Lake

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Local legend tells of a little girl who drowned here. Witnesses on the pier have heard her crying for help, seen orbs of light, and felt cold spots.

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Geographic Information

Address:
Alice Lake
Alice, TX
United States

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GPS:
27.795211486259863, -98.06453704484738
County:
Jim Wells County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Alice, TX (3.0 mi.)
Rancho Alegre, TX (4.1 mi.)
Alice Acres, TX (5.5 mi.)
Coyote Acres Colonia, TX (5.9 mi.)
Amargosa Colonia, TX (6.8 mi.)
Coyote Acres, TX (7.1 mi.)
Alfred, TX (7.7 mi.)
Loma Linda East Colonia, TX (8.5 mi.)
Agua Dulce, TX (9.6 mi.)
San Diego, TX (10.9 mi.)

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  1. Travis Griggs  |  

    I don’t know of any little girl drowning there. But I do know that one of the Rochester boys drowned out there.

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