Horseshoe Cafe

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This stucco brick adobe was converted to a delightful café during the early 1900’s, and has since served the town as a key focal point for diners and visitors alike. Travellers also come from far and wide to see another part of the café’s hospitality; their abundant ghost stories. Many passer-by’s claim to have seen a ghostly woman staring down into the street from the upper floor, while other claim to have heard a dog barking when there are none present. On the lower floor and on the stairs, an elderly woman in a black dress has been seen by staff and diners, while phenomena reported in the Palomino Room includes disembodied footsteps, ghostly laughter and a mischievous entity that breaks glasses and rearranges cutlery.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

154 East Fourth Street
Benson, AZ
United States

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31.9680632, -110.29659520000001
Cochise County, Arizona
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