St. Andrew's Episcopal Church

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People, you’ve got to stop building stuff on Indian burial grounds. Luckily in this case it seems the hauntings are mostly benign and the original pastor who claimed it was haunted believes this is because the ghosts of the Indians were receptive to Christianity (little late there fellows, pretty sure you can’t be baptized after death) but nothing worse than muddy footprints on the carpet has been reported. Candles light themselves and full body apparitions are occasionally seen.

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969 W Country Club Dr
Nogales, AZ 85621
United States

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31.38903939999999, -110.95467350000001
Santa Cruz County, Arizona
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