Swenson House Art Gallery

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A grey lady haunts this 1910 mansion. Witnesses have seen the figure descending the grand staircase before vanishing as suddenly as it appears.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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1726 Swenson Street
Abilene, TX
United States

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32.4693641, -99.7414564
Taylor County, Texas
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  1. They decorate this house for Halloween each year. Isn’t that bad they should probably watch out and strange things happening….well that’s the nice way of who ever still hanging around there telling then to stop before thing get really bad. Depending on the activity happening there I would just be careful and stay on your toes during the Halloween season…..

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