An old man died of a heart attack in the bathroom over a decade ago. He can be distinctly seen at a distance in the aisles in the main store and in the warehouse in the back, but with any attempt to approach him or get a closer look he vanishes. This only happens before and after operating hours in the store, never when customers are in. He also knocks things off of shelves, flushes the toilets in the men’s room (never women’s), pulls all of the paper towels out of the dispenser, and occasionally will even lock the door. There are often footsteps and cold spots. However, the presence is never threatening or angry, merely mischievous. We employees always like to joke that he scares away our shoplifters with his footsteps and with pushing things over.
(Submitted by Amy)
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- 10603 East Apache Trail
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- 33.41349329206288, -111.60245129524537
- Maricopa County, Arizona
- Nearest Towns:
- Apache Junction, AZ (3.1 mi.)
Queen Creek, AZ (11.5 mi.)
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