Berclair Mansion

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Built in 1936, this grand old mansion almost seems out of place in this rural town. Furnished with rare antiques, the building is haunted by the apparition of an eccentric elderly woman who lived there alone for years prior to her death. The story goes that workmen restoring the house would see her watching them as they worked, and ghostly voices and disembodied footsteps would be heard throughout the place.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

N Kendall St
Berclair, TX
United States

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28.533550211009725, -97.59144723437203
Goliad County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Normanna, TX (11.6 mi.)
Tuleta, TX (12.8 mi.)
Beeville, TX (13.2 mi.)
Pettus, TX (14.1 mi.)
Blue Berry Hill, TX (15.3 mi.)
Goliad, TX (15.4 mi.)
Tulsita, TX (15.6 mi.)
Skidmore, TX (20.1 mi.)
Refugio, TX (24.9 mi.)
Kenedy, TX (25.1 mi.)


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  1. After owner’s passing, before gifted to the Beeville Art Society, lights would turn on and off at the mansion. The home was vacant at the time, caretakers would check on the home and witness this. Spooked them.

  2. I live on a ranch outside of Pettis,tx and the house/property I believe is haunted by several ghost.we see things at the lodge and in the guest living quarters along with our house.I’m not the only person who has these things.

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