Chambersea - Anahuac, TX
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member jhuoni
N 29° 46.253 W 094° 41.087
15R E 337122 N 3294587
Quick Description: In 1863, Thomas Jefferson Chambers was killed in his home, Chambersea, by a single bullet that came through a window. To this day it is an unsolved murder. Some believe his spirit never left.
Location: Texas, United States
Date Posted: 5/15/2020 8:00:38 PM
Waymark Code: WM12FDJ
Published By: Groundspeak Charter Member neoc1
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Long Description:
From Haunted Places (visit link)

"The 1845 plantation-style mansion was formerly owned by surveyor general Thomas Jefferson Chambers, who was shot dead through a ground floor window in 1863. Local folk say that a shadow has been seen pacing the downstairs room where he was assassinated, and screams have been heard coming from the second floor on quiet nights. Legend has it that the bullet that killed him passed straight through him and struck a portrait on the wall behind him, hitting it in exactly the same spot that he himself was struck."
(Submitted by Callum Swift)

From Liberty Independent Ghost Hunters of Texas:
(visit link)

Chambers County Library / Chambersea House/ Dr. Schilling office

Anahuac, Tx Nov. 23, 2019

"We investigated all 3 locations at the same time. We broke the team into 3 separate teams and took on the task. We experienced most of the activity in the library. We could "hear" soft whispers, conversations, footsteps and seen unexplained shadows and anomalies on the video footage. The reports of paranormal activity were verified by both personal experience and through the investigation."
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Visting hours:
Outside: Daylight hours only

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