The apartment building has been abandoned for years after being the scene to numerous murders. On the upper floors of the building, where a man shot various tenants who opened their apartment doors, the apparition of a man hanging from a noose has been seen in the corridor, along with the ghostly apparition of an old woman who frequents her apartment on the fourth floor. People who visit the second floor have reported seeing bloodstains and red lights, along with a menacing shadowy apparition, which reportedly haunts the scene of a stabbing murder many years ago. And many people have heard strange noises and seen a pregnant woman falling from the third floor, only to disappears before she hits the ground. The building is not open to the public, and trespassers will be prosecuted.
(Submitted by Callum Swift)
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- 1601 South Jackson Street
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- 35.197789, -101.84375399999999
- Potter County, Texas
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