Clarkdale Historical Museum

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This historic museum was formerly a private residence before it became a ward for ailing workers. During the mid twentieth century, the building was again converted to a police station, and had a cell built into the basement. Staff claim to have heard strange noises emanating from this lower floor, but upon investigation find nothing. Visitors also claim to have seen a menace shadowy figure appearing and disappearing in various parts of the building, whose identity is unknown.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

900 N 1st St
Clarkdale, AZ 86324
United States

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34.772429, -112.05763050000002
Yavapai County, Arizona
Nearest Towns:
Clarkdale, AZ (0.1 mi.)
Cottonwood, AZ (3.6 mi.)
Jerome, AZ (3.6 mi.)
Verde Village, AZ (5.0 mi.)
Cornville, AZ (8.6 mi.)
West Sedona, AZ (15.7 mi.)
Big Park, AZ (16.7 mi.)
Village Of Oak Creek (Big Park), AZ (16.8 mi.)
Sedona, AZ (18.1 mi.)
Camp Verde, AZ (18.5 mi.)


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