El Camaroncito - The Player's Club

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The Devil likes to dance! Who wouldn’t really, but there is a widely spread and widely-believed story that the Devil himself actually paid a visit to the El Camaroncito dance hall back in the day. The story goes thus: A handsome man entered the bar and immediately enchanted a young woman into dancing with him. They danced and danced until, alas, she glanced down and saw that instead of dancing shoes, he had either cloven hooves or chicken feet (apparently rumor can’t get this slightly pertinent detail straight). In any event she screamed and the Devil beat feet (or hoof). Supposedly this is still the Devil’s favorite place to dance and he appears regularly. This location is now a place where couples who are open to new experiences with other couples can meet and -experience. So if he’s haunting it, I imagine it’s because he enjoys the scenery. However if you wish to check this place out, you should know it is members-only.

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Geographic Information

Address:
411 Old Highway 90
San Antonio, TX
United States

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GPS:
29.428886, -98.569049
County:
Bexar County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
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  1. THE DEVIL HIMSELF!!!  |  

    The original location for the el camaroncito was actually across the street where the bens super market located.Which is 510 OLD HWY 90. That is where the sighting and story originated from…….

  2. That is true i was there. He had a horse feet and a chicken feet. The lady screamed and fainted we all ran. But he desapeared. Counld find him it was on the. Early 80. Scence then they closed it and everybody hang at thr rockas club

      • i was just inside tonight helping my boss move lockers, carpet, and a stage into a uhaul. i had no knowledge of this story when i went there but as soon as i walked in i felt something and my boss and co workers were fuckin freaking out when i opened the dressing room door. i was gonna take photos but my phone is shit.

    • yes I was there to I just heard her scream she said mira el diablo we started running never went backjust one timewhen it was like strip club I wanted to leave someo\ne pat my back no one was there I used to go to the rockas……..

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