San Jancinto County Jail and Museum
Located In San Jacinto County
It was time to come back to the San Jacinto County old Jail and Museum. We had questions that needed to be answered. The disembodied voice of a child that was heard in part 1 had to be associated with the school house on this property and we wanted proof. We wanted to concentrate on the old school house but couldn’t pass up the opportunity to investigate the old jail again, even if it was only a few hours.
On March 25, 2014, a five-alarm, windswept fire that destroyed a $50 million luxury apartment building under construction in Houston may have been sparked by a welder, a fire department official said. "There was a report of a couple of guys working on the roof doing welding," said Houston Fire Department Deputy Chief Greg Lewis. "When our units arrived, there was a small fire and construction workers were attempting to put it out. There was sustained wind of 15 to 20 miles an hour, and it was a wind-driven fire." Soon after firefighters arrival, construction workers were fighting to get out alive.
Part 2 of this 3 part series will take place in the old jail and wait until you see what we caught on camera. You will not be disappointed. Make sure you like and subscribe to the Ghost Texas channel. Hit that notification button to be notified on all future videos.
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