Baker Mansion

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At Baker Mansion, built in 1894, the ghost of original owner JD Baker’s son Charles, who mysteriously disappeared in 1908, is said to walk. The subsequent owners of the home noted shadows on the stairs, eerie figures, violent pounding from the basement, and touches from unseen hands.

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304 South Lamar
Weatherford, TX
United States

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32.7561135, -97.80394319999999
Parker County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Weatherford, TX (0.4 mi.)
Hudson Oaks, TX (5.7 mi.)
Annetta North, TX (7.9 mi.)
Annetta, TX (8.1 mi.)
Willow Park, TX (8.9 mi.)
Annetta South, TX (10.3 mi.)
Cool, TX (11.9 mi.)
Millsap, TX (11.9 mi.)
Aledo, TX (12.4 mi.)
Springtown, TX (16.1 mi.)


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  1. Captain Jeremy Scott  |  

    I’d like to know about Aledo places that might have paranormal events. Please speak plainly about whatever you know. Thanks,
    Captain Scott

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