Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse is housed inside a building that was originally constructed as an upper-class bathhouse in 1890, and its ghost has been traced back to the bathhouse. Historians speculate that the victim may have won some coin at a nearby gambling spot. As a result, he was assaulted and shot in the back of the head while enjoying a bath. His apparition is a gentleman in turn-of-the-century finery, and frequents the banquet halls and upstairs bar. Footsteps and a cool breeze also have been detected by witnesses as he passes by.
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- 812 Main Street
Fort Worth, TX
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- 32.752063, -97.32984699999997
- Tarrant County, Texas
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