Dimmit County Courthouse

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It is reported that late at night, the rattling of keys and footsteps can be heard going up the stairs to the second floor. The ghost in residence is said to be a former sheriff who was murdered at his home.

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Geographic Information

Address:
103 N 5th St, Carrizo Springs, TX 78834
United States

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GPS:
28.522088, -99.859936
County:
Dimmit County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Carrizo Springs, TX (0.0 mi.)
Carrizo Hill, TX (2.2 mi.)
Asherton, TX (8.2 mi.)
Asherton, TX (8.2 mi.)
Chula Vista Colonia, TX (10.0 mi.)
Crystal City, TX (10.9 mi.)
Brundage, TX (12.2 mi.)
Amaya Colonia, TX (13.1 mi.)
Loma Grande Colonia, TX (13.9 mi.)
Las Colonias, TX (14.6 mi.)

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  1. That would be Sheriff Ben “Doc” Murray. I used to work for him as a part time week end dispatcher before he sponsored me to go to the Regional Law Enforcement Academy in Uvalde. He was murdered in his own home and brutally mutilated as well.

    • Stephanie Ellison  |  

      Galeh Yuvo, Jessie. I did not know that Doc is still walking around in the court house at night. I miss him. Very good man…

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