Hurt Grocer Building

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Faces are said to appear in the windows of this apparently abandoned building. Sometimes that of a man, other times that of a little girl.

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101 S Pruett St
Paragould, AR
United States

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36.0562466, -90.48619280000003
Greene County, Arkansas
Nearest Towns:
Paragould, AR (0.6 mi.)
Oak Grove Heights, AR (4.7 mi.)
Lafe, AR (10.3 mi.)
Marmaduke, AR (10.7 mi.)
Cardwell, MO (10.8 mi.)
Brookland, AR (12.0 mi.)
Arbyrd, MO (13.8 mi.)
Monette, AR (13.9 mi.)
Leachville, AR (15.2 mi.)
Black Oak, AR (16.4 mi.)


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  1. I have been staying in the Hurt building for a month . My friend owns this building and offered it as a place to stay while I am getting my house ready. I have seen the little girl looking out of the window. You can hear voices when nobody is in the building . I hear these on a regular basis. You can hear footsteps and running too.

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