Barstow Harvey House

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While the building does not use the word “haunted” to describe itself, it hosts ghost tours and tells visitors to expect rapid temperature changes, disembodied voices, and shadows and apparitions walking throughout. Photography and EVP recording are highly encouraged with the chance of picking up a woman who is reported on the balcony, a little girl who likes to play peek-a-boo, and a man whose presence is detected with the smell of smoke.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Geographic Information

685 N 1st Ave
Barstow, CA 92311
United States

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34.90486569999999, -117.02457559999999
San Bernardino County, California
Nearest Towns:
Barstow, CA (0.4 mi.)
Barstow Heights, CA (3.0 mi.)
Lenwood, CA (4.9 mi.)
Apple Valley, CA (29.4 mi.)
Victorville, CA (29.6 mi.)
Adelanto, CA (31.2 mi.)
Fort Irwin, CA (31.3 mi.)
Lucerne Valley, CA (32.0 mi.)
Mountain View Acres, CA (33.7 mi.)
Boron, CA (36.0 mi.)


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