The base is said to be haunted by Captain Guy Hall, an ace with the Marine Corps who passed away in a training mission after WWI. Also, Commodore Melanchton B. Woolsey, who died of yellow fever despite meticulous precautions, is said to walk along a cupola on Admiral’s Row. A lady in white and other spirits have been seen around the base as well, and folks have reported cold spots, disembodied voices, and warm breath on their necks.
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- 150 Hase Rd
Southwest Pensacola, FL 32508
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- 30.349945828218505, -87.29213608623047
- Escambia County, Florida
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