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Between 8 p.m. and 2 a.m., witnesses report seeing the ghost of a nurse in old-fashioned clothing in the nursery.

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S 7th and Clark St
Carrizo Springs, TX
United States

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28.5194218, -99.86324769999999
Dimmit County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Carrizo Springs, TX (0.2 mi.)
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  1. She wears a white bonnet and seems mute, but when SHE Is near its a very cold feeling but she had a warm smile, if u look down at her walking away Ltd sends chills to try to figure out if she is floating or just a long skirt. If u ask who was that lady taking care of your new born like I did hospital staff will say you are crazy. .. see dr butler and sono tech (vicky)

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