Flatrock Park - Lake Brownwood

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The lake is said to be haunted: Folks often have troubles with their boats, or have had their boats damaged by an unseen source, when trying to use the ramp. Also, several swimmers in this area have drowned. Locals blame a ghost who drowned in the Pecan Bayou before Lake Brownwood has built. The ghostly little girl as been heard laughing here at night, and at least one witness has seen her running down the dock and jumping into the water.

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Geographic Information

Address:
Flatrock Park
Brownwood, TX
United States

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GPS:
31.824192990551712, -99.05104064906482
County:
Brown County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Lake Brownwood, TX (2.7 mi.)
Early, TX (8.4 mi.)
Brownwood, TX (8.7 mi.)
Bangs, TX (8.8 mi.)
Blanket, TX (15.5 mi.)
Cleveland, TX (15.7 mi.)
Santa Anna, TX (16.9 mi.)
Rising Star, TX (19.5 mi.)
Cross Plains, TX (21.9 mi.)
Coleman, TX (22.0 mi.)

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