Don Pedro Horruytiner House

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Ghost sightings have been reported here as early as 1821, when the owner found two ghost women in her rose garden. She presented the pair with a bunch of flowers, and found them later near the house’s entrance. Several spirits are said to live here, and there is rumored to be a coffin in the attic that scoots around by itself. Strange lights are said to flit through the house, and electrical problems are common here as well.

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Geographic Information

214 St. George St
St. Augustine, FL
United States

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29.891653, -81.312925
St. Johns County, Florida
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Saint Augustine, FL (0.2 mi.)
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Butler Beach, FL (7.0 mi.)
Crescent Beach, FL (9.2 mi.)
Marineland, FL (16.5 mi.)
Hastings, FL (16.8 mi.)
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