This hospital is now closed, but when it was open there were claims of call bells ringing on their own on the second floor, even when they were unplugged. Since its closing some residents swear they hear moaning coming from the building, and lights flickering in the windows.
In more recent years it has been used to stage Halloween haunted houses, but according to at least one local the practice stopped after someone got injured during an event. Word has it that the defunct hospital building has recently been purchased and may soon be refurbished (or demolished entirely).
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- Near 348 E. 3rd St
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- 27.752832898550622, -98.07388007629925
- Jim Wells County, Texas
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