Weather Bureau Building

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Built in 1909, the town weather bureau used to own the historic building, until services were relocated to the local airport. The building is allegedly haunted by the former chief meteorologist, who fell down the staircase on a particularly stormy night whilst going to retrieve a chart from the basement. Employees of the current firm have reported hearing someone falling down the stairs, but upon investigation, no one is there. Legend has it that the paranormal activity increases during unusual weather events.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

1482 North 1st Street
Abilene, TX
United States

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32.4498806, -99.73905780000001
Taylor County, Texas
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