Tradewind Airport

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Local legend has it that long ago, when the airport was private, a woman found her husband together with his mistress on his private plane. She killed the two lovers and then committed suicide. Her ghost is said to roam the area; the strong smell of perfume is an indicator that she is around. Also, unexplained lights have been reported, looking like a plane starting up, in an unused hangar. Some say they have heard the sounds of a couple arguing in the same spot.

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    4025 Tradewind St
    Amarillo, TX 79118
    United States

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    35.169815019172184, -101.8292241106974
    Randall County, Texas
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