Pate Sucree - Wicked Davey's

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This nineteenth-century historic saloon seems somewhat out of place in this neighbourhood, but has been a staple part of the nightlife economy in the town since its construction. The saloon was a rough place, and many murders occurred in an upstairs room where a violent spirit now resides. Other activity associated with the building includes disembodied footsteps, apparitions, a face that looks out from the second floor windows, objects moving of their own accord and a bloodstain which appears periodically.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

232 North Second Street
Fernandina Beach, FL
United States

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30.674919, -81.46305699999999
Nassau County, Florida
Nearest Towns:
Fernandina Beach, FL (0.4 mi.)
Saint Marys, GA (6.3 mi.)
Yulee, FL (9.0 mi.)
Kings Bay Base, GA (10.5 mi.)
Kingsland, GA (16.0 mi.)
Callahan, FL (23.2 mi.)
Nassau Village-Ratliff, FL (23.5 mi.)
Atlantic Beach, FL (23.8 mi.)
Woodbine, GA (25.2 mi.)
Neptune Beach, FL (25.4 mi.)


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