Leslie's Family Tree

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Leslie’s Family Tree is a restaurant known for its numerous family photographs and giant scones as well as the fact that it is believed to be haunted by as many as 60 ghosts. It has been featured on TV’s “The Dead Files.” One witness said that chairs here have been known to stack themselves, with the apparent aid of a helpful spirit.

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Geographic Information

Address:
77 W Main St
Santaquin, UT 84655
United States

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GPS:
39.975414, -111.7870117
County:
Utah County, Utah
Nearest Towns:
Santaquin, UT (0.1 mi.)
Spring Lake, UT (2.8 mi.)
Genola, UT (3.3 mi.)
Rocky Ridge, UT (4.1 mi.)
Payson, UT (5.6 mi.)
West Mountain, UT (5.9 mi.)
Goshen, UT (6.2 mi.)
Elk Ridge, UT (6.3 mi.)
Woodland Hills, UT (7.8 mi.)
Salem, UT (8.0 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://lesliesfamilytree.com/

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  1. will you send me the information for your ghost tour and the price per person?? i have five maybe more that want to come … the hours ????thank you so much

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