Stephen F. Austin State University - Mays Hall 11

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According to some reports, the building was once a hospital with a morgue in the basement. Other reports say the city hospital did not actually have a morgue in the basement. A 1940s-era ruined bomb shelter is said to be one one end. An eerie, negative feeling is said to pervade there.

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519 Horseshoe Drive South
Nacogdoches , TX 75962
United States

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31.61793520596567, -94.6502864957074
Nacogdoches County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Nacogdoches, TX (1.0 mi.)
Redfield, TX (4.3 mi.)
Appleby, TX (7.3 mi.)
Redland, TX (15.3 mi.)
Garrison, TX (17.1 mi.)
Cushing, TX (17.6 mi.)
Wells, TX (19.3 mi.)
Chireno, TX (19.4 mi.)
Lufkin, TX (19.9 mi.)
Mount Enterprise, TX (20.8 mi.)


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  1. There was no more haunted building in the country compared to the Theater building on campus. I saw and experienced several incidents.

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