Old City Hall

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According to Deborah Frethem in her book “Haunted Tampa,” strange ghost lights have been seen along the hallways and clock tower of the Old City Hall. She speculates they may be related to Donald Brenham McKay, who served two non-consecutive terms as mayor of Tampa in the early 20th century.

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315 East Kennedy Blvd
Tampa, FL
United States

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27.947458, -82.45734499999998
Hillsborough County, Florida
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