Meux Home Museum

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Built around 1890, the Victorian Meux Home of Dr. Thomas Meux and his family is rumored to be haunted. Now a museum, the home is the setting for stories locals tell of children’s ghostly laughter coming from the upstairs and doorknobs going missing on several of the doors overnight.

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1007 R St
Fresno, CA 93721
United States

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36.73977988834057, -119.78239717368012
Fresno County, California
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  1. I went there as a child on a tour and there was a spirit of a lady in the kitchen. I saw her as I was looking out the old wavy windows. Scariest thing ever. She was standing in front of the stove.

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