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Sanya Castillo
Sanya Castillo • 2 years ago

st bathans ghost nz.jpg (487×286) Andrew Watters took this picture of his partner sitting in front of the historical old St Bathans Post Office in scenic St Bathans, Central Otago New Zealand. The building had been vacant for a year and was completely locked up. The window in which this figure is seen is the postmaster's living quarters.

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