Texas can be a bit spooky at times. We've all felt that metaphorical chill down our spine at points, or seen something like an unidentified flying object. But what about being inside our homes and experiencing paranormal moments?

We've discussed in the past houses that seem to be haunted by things that we can't explain. But today we won't be talking about seemingly unseen things, this time we'll be able to see these items. Which is rather unexpected isn't it?

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One House In Baird, Texas The Unsettles The Nerves

Located at 3516 Interstate Highway 20 W, this house catches the eye for one reason and one reason alone: the décor. It almost feels like we're stepping into a home that is haunted, but it may not be necessarily.

The little home, according to Zillow, was built in the year 1952. So this home is over 70 years old! Ok, time to steady the nerves, let's take a look around!

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