Patterson Street

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Some say if you drive down the street slowly you will see black figures begin to follow the car and see handprints appear on the windows. The car will feel very cold in spots.

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Patterson Street
Houston, TX
United States

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29.767559929847373, -95.40616198465574
Harris County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Houston, TX (2.6 mi.)
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  1. One of my husbands friend lives in that house. My 2 yr old kid has seen a little girl playing on the trees and swinging around

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