Eunice Public Library

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Eunice Public Library is believed to have a ghost who locks doors, turns on lights, and hides books by local children’s author Mary Alice Fontenot.

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222 S 2nd St
Eunice, LA 70535
United States

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30.493125062782394, -92.41607218095089
St. Landry Parish, Louisiana
Nearest Towns:
Eunice, LA (0.1 mi.)
Chataignier, LA (7.6 mi.)
Mamou, LA (9.7 mi.)
Basile, LA (10.7 mi.)
Iota, LA (12.1 mi.)
Reddell, LA (12.5 mi.)
Branch, LA (13.3 mi.)
Church Point, LA (13.5 mi.)
Lawtell, LA (13.9 mi.)
Ville Platte, LA (16.0 mi.)


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  1. Shawn Landreneau & Nadine Stanford of O.T.E.S.S.  |  

    My crew and I investigated this location. We had some paranormal experiences in this location however it is nothing malicious.

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