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This historic house is haunted by the apparition of a man in a brown suit, who has been seen pacing back and forth in front of the windows. Other former tenants claim to have heard strange noises coming from the main bedroom, but upon investigation, have found nothing.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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133 Bridge Street
Toowoomba, Queensland

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-27.55223, 151.96120500000006
Nearest Towns:
Toowoomba, AU (0.7 mi.)
Willowburn, AU (1.5 mi.)
Withcott, AU (3.9 mi.)
Wetalla, AU (4.0 mi.)
Blanchview, AU (4.5 mi.)
Pengarry, AU (5.5 mi.)
Wellcamp, AU (5.8 mi.)
Spring Bluff, AU (6.1 mi.)
Cliffdale, AU (6.1 mi.)
Gowrie Junction, AU (6.7 mi.)


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  1. Due to their age, history, and the legends that have been passed down through the years, historic homes frequently have a reputation for being haunted.

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