Bullion Plaza Historic Museum

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This historic museum now houses a large collection of minerals and artefacts relevant to the past of the town, but some other relics of the towns past are also reportedly preserved through numerous ghost stories surrounding the museum. The third floor is reportedly haunted by a malevolent spirit, which has been known to scare staff and visitors. The other commonly reported apparition is a beautiful woman in a flowing white dress, who has appeared to night staff on several occasions.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

150 N Plaza Cir, Miami, AZ 85539
United States

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33.39406665286544, -110.87950962788454
Gila County, Arizona
Nearest Towns:
Miami, AZ (0.7 mi.)
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Top-of-the-World, AZ (7.2 mi.)
Pinal, AZ (7.4 mi.)
Cutter, AZ (13.4 mi.)
Superior, AZ (14.3 mi.)
Kearny, AZ (23.4 mi.)


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