Libby's Steakhouse

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Some say the basement of Libby’s Steakhouse, formerly Hoch Drugstore, was haunted by the ghost of a girl, whose apparition was glimpsed once. Witnesses say bowls will fall over if the basement door is left open, and folks have noticed an uneasy feeling on the basement stairs. Rumor has it that the girl died of a drug overdose.

Allegedly, the owners of Libby’s Steakhouse burned the place down in 2010 in order to collect insurance money and were charged with the crime.

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Geographic Information

Address:
Near 816 8th St
Springfield, SD
United States

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GPS:
42.8542514, -97.89627530000001
County:
Bon Homme County, South Dakota
Nearest Towns:
Springfield, SD (0.1 mi.)
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Verdel, NE (15.3 mi.)
Center, NE (16.9 mi.)

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