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  In the old bank in Aspermont, Texas if you stay there overnight you will hear footsteps, people ringing bells, even cash registers ringing. You can also here people talking to each other.
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Comment by Crazydiamond: How is one able to spend the night in a bank? I assume that you must work there?.

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