The Blackness

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We investigated this location, not expecting anything and it is very haunted. Its a haunted venue that actually has spirits. One attacked two investigators. A young girl named rose is trapped inside, also Emmit, a worker from years past. The place was a fruit and vegetable warehouse in earlier times, before that history is sketchy. We think there is a portal.

(Submitted by Ghostly Concerns Paranormal)

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    501 E 6th St
    Plainview, TX
    United States

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    34.185743, -101.69793500000003
    Hale County, Texas
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