The Laughing Lady Tea Room

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The nineteenth-century building was formerly a tea room named for the resident ghost, but has now been refurbished as a furniture store. Staff and diners claim to have heard a woman’s laughter echoing through the building during the early afternoon, and have seen a woman in old-fashioned dress wandering throughout the place. Known as the ‘Laughing Lady’, it is believed she perished in a fire that destroyed the original premises in 1899. Another ghost, perhaps a poltergeist, is suspected to haunt the old edifice as well.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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510 Main Street
Calvert, TX
United States

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30.9790727, -96.6747087
Robertson County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Calvert, TX (0.1 mi.)
Hearne, TX (8.5 mi.)
Nesbitt, TX (9.4 mi.)
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Bremond, TX (12.9 mi.)
Rosebud, TX (19.1 mi.)
Cameron, TX (19.9 mi.)
Blue Ridge, TX (20.9 mi.)
Milano, TX (21.7 mi.)
Kosse, TX (22.8 mi.)


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