Daisy Mae's Stronghold

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Rumored to be haunted by a man named “Charlie” who died in a knife fight back when the building was a brothel.

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    Geographic Information

    Address:
    332 N Garden Ave
    Sierra Vista, AZ 85635
    United States

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    GPS:
    31.5568492, -110.30667690000001
    County:
    Cochise County, Arizona
    Nearest Towns:
    Sierra Vista, AZ (0.2 mi.)
    Huachuca City, AZ (5.2 mi.)
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    1. when I was attending training at near by Fort Huachuca AZ we would dined more than once there. There was always some strange goings on. While dinning the light over the table/booth would all of a sudden gradually start swaying back and forth. We tried to debunk it as if it where the wind or AC vent but never could find the source. There is a large bar area when you come in that sports a large mirror, old west style and momentarily you’d catch an odd reflection. I know it looks bad that there is an advertisement on this page for a video. But this place should not be ruled out

    2. * No Longer Open To The Public*
      BEING A RESIDENT IN SIERRA VISTA SINCE THE 1980s I’VE Had the Opportunity to visit daisy’s several years! I also had friends that could tell u stories about that building, since they worked there and witnessed strange happenings often .I myself have a special gift I rarely tell ppl about ,due to ppl mostly being judgemental but I’m a sensitive and can hear and see ghosts and or things others can’t. I also have the obility to dream fast and see other ppls whole life in an instant just to name a few.So I’m no stranger to the paranormal.!* From the time you step foot in that place ,til the time u leave ur being watched. (CHARLIES ROOM) which is the room just below the first floor,and also right beside the back bar is where “Charlie hangs out mostly.Ive never seen him with the naked eye ,but have felt his very heavy presence ,he also likes to to sit next to you in ur booth while u eat! Lights flicker at random times ,always near where your seated..Also Charlie likes to follow you everywhere even the bathroom.His presence is strong and sinister!
      *Id also like to mention their steakhouse was the best food I’ve ever had *and was a 5 star restaurant! !!☆☆☆☆☆This places is definitely HAUNTED! You can check it out from the outside now ,but KNOW THIS WHILE UR LOOKING THROUGH ITS WINDOW,THAT SOMONE IS DEFINITELY LOOKING BACK AT U!

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