Black Butte Saloon

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The Black Butte Saloon dates back to 1917, when it was founded by bordello madam Georgia Clark. The place is now rumoured to be haunted by a man who died after being pushed down the staircase, along with a prostitute who was beaten to death in a closet in Room 6 and a ghostly man with a beard whose face materialised in a pool of spilt hair dye in Room 15.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

259 Main Street
Weed, CA
United States

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41.424526, -122.38403599999998
Siskiyou County, California
Nearest Towns:
Weed, CA (0.2 mi.)
Carrick, CA (1.9 mi.)
Edgewood, CA (3.4 mi.)
Mount Shasta, CA (8.8 mi.)
Gazelle, CA (9.7 mi.)
Dunsmuir, CA (16.0 mi.)
Grenada, CA (16.9 mi.)
McCloud, CA (17.2 mi.)
Montague, CA (22.3 mi.)
Yreka, CA (25.1 mi.)


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