Biltmore-Oteen Bank Building - Real Haunted Place
Though it has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1979, the Biltmore-Oteen Bank Building hasn't served much of a purpose in recent years besides its architecture being eye-catching. Built in 1925, the two-story bank is said to be haunted by a man from the early 20th century who is desperately searching for something within the bank's walls. Did he hide something inside the building that he wants back? Is he a victim of Stock Market Crash of 1929 that is still in despair? Or does he have a more complex or peculiar reason for spending his afterlife searching in vain?
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