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Allegedly haunted by “shadows” that brush past you and whisper your name.

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7400 San Pedro
San Antonio, TX 78216
United States

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29.51908959315419, -98.49524527788162
Bexar County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Castle Hills, TX (1.3 mi.)
Olmos Park, TX (2.8 mi.)
Alamo Heights, TX (2.9 mi.)
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Terrell Hills, TX (4.1 mi.)
Hill Country Village, TX (4.4 mi.)
Hollywood Park, TX (5.6 mi.)
Shavano Park, TX (5.7 mi.)
San Antonio, TX (6.6 mi.)
Windcrest, TX (6.9 mi.)


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  1. I worked at North Star for about 5 years. Lots of strange things happened at our location, especially before open and after close. There would be times when no one at all was in the store, or even the stores around, (like inventory days and such), and there would be rustling in the store, footsteps, talking. Always sounds that shouldn’t have been there and an eerie feeling like you weren’t alone.

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