Ghost Lady of West 7th St

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It is said that one night, a woman was decapitated here as she was trying to cross the train’s path while it was stopped. Folks say her ghost can be seen walking down the tracks.

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W 7th St and W Railroad Ave
Port Arthur, TX
United States

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29.869434304623834, -93.94130480293825
Jefferson County, Texas
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  1. I lived there a long time ago and yes i saw her she was always there around 12am to 3am and it always seem like she was looking in my room but she whould just stand there

  2. TheAdventurersGuild  |  

    I did a video on YouTube on some sightings and stories on the empty lot behind La Envidia. The creepiest story I was told and just recently validated finding the same story in a book on Texas is the bonefaced spirit that pointed at one of the Simionton’s children, who was 18, and he died. Crazy place! The supporting evidence/secondary source was written by Donna McFadden.

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