Najavo County Courthouse and Museum

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Workers at the museum have reported doors opening and closing, strange noises, disembodied footsteps and objects moving around by themselves. The apparition of a woman has been seen staring out the windows of the building late at night.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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100 East Arizona Street
Holbrook, AZ
United States

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34.90313408173719, -110.1577257514873
Navajo County, Arizona
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  1. There are 2 spirits, the woman who stares out the windows in a white night gown and a ghost from a man who was named george and was hung in the building in the early 1900s, he is mainly in the jail section and do not try to get a reaction out of him, I was grabbed by the shirt and pushed across the room

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