Lear-Rocheblave House

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At this 1890 Victorian house, legend tells of a ghost girl who dances across a locked room. She is said to be one of the Rocheblave daughters, and folks have also smelled her old-fashioned perfume when she is present.

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214 East Zaragosa St
Pensacola, FL
United States

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30.409035, -87.21081300000003
Escambia County, Florida
Nearest Towns:
Pensacola, FL (0.9 mi.)
East Pensacola Heights, FL (2.3 mi.)
Goulding, FL (2.4 mi.)
Warrington, FL (4.2 mi.)
West Pensacola, FL (4.3 mi.)
Brent, FL (4.4 mi.)
Gulf Breeze, FL (4.5 mi.)
Myrtle Grove, FL (5.8 mi.)
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  1. Lived here with my grandmother Strobo for close to 25 years. Never encountered ghost or an aroma from any room in this wonderful house. I do sometimes think I see my grandmother sitting at her window in the kitchen that faced Church Street. So many fond memories of this house one of which I experienced profound love from grandma. I go back every chance I get. Will be in Pensacola September 12th.

  2. At one time in the mid to late 90’s, there was some exterior work being doing (basic general rehab/cleaning). A contracted worker was on the second floor scaffold when he spotted a young woman dancing in her ‘skivies’ in the room, he went to get someone & upon checking the house it was noted that the alarm was engaged & nobody was present inside. Management left & he went back to work. Again he spotted the young lady & again got someone. This went on for 3 separated times. Each time the house was checked, each time the alarm was engaged. The worker was starting to feel like an idiot. The final straw for the poor man was when he got back on the scaffold for the fourth time & was confronted by the ‘entity’ standing at the window & shaking her finger at him in a scolding manner. He hightailed it out of there & refused to return even to retrieve his equipment. The house is part of the Historic Pensacola area.

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