Diamond Grill

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This award-winning restaurant was featured in an episode of “Ghost Hunters” in 2011, during which time a door was videotaped moving on its own, black masses were spotted, and EVPs were captured. The hosts of the show believed this evidence pointed to an intelligent haunting.

The building itself dates back to at least the 1930s.

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Geographic Information

Address:
924 3rd St
Alexandria, LA 71301
United States

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GPS:
31.3113732, -92.445017
Parish:
Rapides Parish, Louisiana
Nearest Towns:
Alexandria, LA (0.0 mi.)
Pineville, LA (1.0 mi.)
Ball, LA (7.5 mi.)
Prospect, LA (9.9 mi.)
Woodworth, LA (11.8 mi.)
Creola, LA (11.8 mi.)
Rock Hill, LA (12.0 mi.)
Boyce, LA (14.3 mi.)
Center Point, LA (14.6 mi.)
Pollock, LA (15.0 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.thediamondgrill.com/

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  1. Delilah Hernandez  |  

    My husband and I were taking photos of the diamond grill when we visited there recently. It was the other day I was looking at the photos ahain when I noticed something odd. The place was closed that day. I enlarged the photo to see what was the red light at top of stairs when I enlarged ot…it clearly shows the face of a man with an ancient and mustache that most men wore back in the early 1800’s or around that time. I would like to share the photo but you do not have a place to attach the photo. Willing to share. Feel free to contact me.

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