Lucy's Afterlife Night Club

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This night club housed in a 1903 historic building has a ghost named (you guessed it) Lucy. She is occasionally seen by staff and patrons wandering through the building, and is believed to be responsible for a variety of other paranormal activity reported.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

403 Chestnut Street
Gadsden, AL
United States

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34.0120611, -86.0036728
Etowah County, Alabama
Nearest Towns:
Gadsden, AL (0.2 mi.)
Reece City, AL (4.5 mi.)
Rainbow City, AL (4.5 mi.)
Edwardsville, AL (4.8 mi.)
Attalla, AL (4.9 mi.)
Glencoe, AL (5.6 mi.)
Southside, AL (6.1 mi.)
Anderson, AL (6.2 mi.)
Ridgeville, AL (6.4 mi.)
Lester, AL (6.8 mi.)


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