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Aviles Street

Aviles Street paranormal

Location submitted by: mdonley on 01/01/2011
DBA Approved: Y


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Aviles Street, which is in the historic district of St. Augustine, has long been identified as the oldest street in the United States.

Aviles Street
St. Augustine , FL 32084
Open to the public: Unknown

Lat: 29.890968
Lon: -81.3114459

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Demographic Rank: 4
History: 1
Stories: 2
Claims: 1
Evidence: 3
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Aviles Street, which is in the historic district of St. Augustine, has long been identified as the oldest street in the United States. In the summer of 2010, this claim appears to have been authenticated by archaeologists. As it was dug up in two test sections, pottery from the 1600's was found over a meter down below the current brick road.

Added by: mdonley on 02/01/2011 DB#:71
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Bodies/Body parts are under Aviles Street.  When surgeons at the Spanish Military Hospital amputated limbs, they threw them/burried them on the grounds. Eventually,layers of street including the Reynolds bricks of Aviles street were laid down over them. When they were digging to fix the streets, they found numerous severed human  limb bones.

Added by: mdonley on 02/01/2011 DB#:1045
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 I heard a story once about the bricks on Aviles Street. The bricks on Aviles street (and a couple other streets) were laid down so that Henry Flagler's guests at his hotel would not have to walk on the dirt roads and get so dirty. They also have "Reynolds" imprinted on them. The story goes that there was some sort of dispute between Flagler and Reynolds over the price per brick and Flagler got the better end of the deal, but Reynolds made sure all the bricks said Reynolds on them so they would see his name all the way to the Flagler hotel.

Added by: mdonley on 02/01/2011 DB#:1048
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1302 02/01/2011 mdonley Numerous orbs are seen along the street.

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CLAIM #: 1302 - Numerous orbs are seen along the street.



Evidence Type: Photograph
Encounter Type: Orb
Hauting Type: Unknown
Investigation Status: More Investigation Needed
Photograph of orb
Submitted By: mdonley On: 02/01/2011
DBA Approved: Y

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Aviles Street; The Oldest Street in America
Added: 06/17/2022 By: sdonley
Tucked away in the heart of historic St. Augustine, FL is the nation's oldest street: Aviles Street. Step into history and feel like you're exploring a quaint European village. The street is lined with charming shops, galleries, and restaurants.
Aviles Street
Added: 06/17/2022 By: sdonley
Unlike the surrounding brick-lined streets, Aviles Street is special. Aviles is the oldest street in the nation and the early home to St. Augustine’s arts district. Enter Aviles Street by walking under the stone archway.
Aviles Street
Added: 06/17/2022 By: sdonley
Aviles Street in St. Augustine is the oldest street in the nation — we know because archaeologists digging several layers under the brick paving, recently discovered pottery shards from early 1600.This historic street is also St.
Aviles Street
Added: 06/17/2022 By: sdonley
See 18 photos from 172 visitors about oldest city, outdoor cafe, and shoes. "In one block you can eat Italian, Greek, Polish, Brazilian, Cuban and New..."
Five cool things we discovered in St. Augustine
Added: 06/17/2022 By: sdonley
St. Augustine is one of Florida’s most popular destinations and people are often surprised about its history, since US history is dominated by the story of English-speaking people. I love how when visiting, you can discover stuff you didn’t know about the city and Florida.
Explore St. Augustine’s Aviles Street
Added: 06/17/2022 By: sdonley
Want to stroll the oldest street in the United States? Head for the oldest city in the United States! That’s Florida’s St. Augustine, which was founded on September 8, 1565 by Spanish conquistador Don Pedro Menendez de Aviles.
St. Augustine, Florida
Added: 06/17/2022 By: sdonley
St. Augustine (from Spanish: San Agustín) is a city in the Southeastern United States, on the Atlantic coast of northeastern Florida. Founded in 1565 by Spanish explorers, it is the oldest continuously-inhabited European-established settlement in the contiguous United States. St.

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