National Chavez Center

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This location used to be a hospital for people suffering from TB. Before it was renovated, curious visitors would be scared off by the sounds of children laughing, EVPs also being common.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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29700 Woodford-Tehachapi Rd
Keene, CA 93531
United States

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35.2234505, -118.55900969999999
Kern County, California
Nearest Towns:
Keene, CA (0.2 mi.)
Bear Valley Springs, CA (5.9 mi.)
Golden Hills, CA (6.8 mi.)
Tehachapi, CA (8.9 mi.)
Stallion Springs, CA (10.4 mi.)
Edmundson Acres, CA (14.9 mi.)
Arvin, CA (15.2 mi.)
Weedpatch, CA (20.1 mi.)
Lamont, CA (20.2 mi.)
Fuller Acres, CA (20.6 mi.)


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