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The ghost of a woman has been reported to appear in an upper window of a 2-story house at the southwest end of the complex. She’s thought to be the wife of the rancher who origially built the house.

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3121 4th St
Lubbock, TX ‎
United States

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33.58885983865516, -101.88368476256562
Lubbock County, Texas
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  1. Lol…NRHC gotcha! There is a dress dummy in the second story window of that house. The window faces a side of the building that most people don’t walk around to, and there is no access to tge second floor of the house except by museum staff.

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