U.S. Army Medical Training Center


Houston, Texas

BUILT: Unknown
OPERATION TIME: Unknown to present
STATUS: Open

History

The U.S. Army Medical Training Center’s Service Club Number Two is haunted by a spirit with a playful nature. Ever since 1960, the building’s employees and guests have reported an unseen entity clearing its throat. The ghost has also been known to open and close windows, play with typewriters, and play solitary Ping-Pong.

Flute music has been known to play on its own. Patrons have named the ghost “Harvey”, acting as if he is among the living due to his frequent appearances. Harvey is believed to be a trainee who committed suicide via hanging in a small storage room in 1951. However, there are no other connections to being him.


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