The Citadel

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This 1920’s building may be haunted, according to workmen who refurbished the place in the 1990’s. They reported seeing a woman wearing expensive jewellery and an old-fashioned white outfit roaming the grounds and the building over the course of the renovations, who always vanished before they had a chance to speak to her.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

3401 Hwy 290 E
Brenham, TX
United States

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30.142334208732326, -96.34702652692795
Washington County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Brenham, TX (3.5 mi.)
Bellville, TX (14.3 mi.)
Industry, TX (15.0 mi.)
Burton, TX (15.1 mi.)
Hempstead, TX (16.4 mi.)
Somerville, TX (17.8 mi.)
Pine Island, TX (19.4 mi.)
Carmine, TX (20.3 mi.)
Round Top, TX (21.5 mi.)
Prairie View, TX (21.7 mi.)


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