Silver Dollar

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Juan Corona, who killed 25 migrant workers near this area, once was associated this building and there’s a belief his victims might, also. The building was also once a brothel and some of the former ladies who worked here have been spotted (usually in 19th century attire).

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Geographic Information

Address:
330 1st St
Marysville, CA 95901
United States

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GPS:
39.1356972, -121.5881331
County:
Yuba County, California
Nearest Towns:
Marysville, CA (0.7 mi.)
Yuba City, CA (1.6 mi.)
Linda, CA (2.1 mi.)
South Yuba City, CA (3.0 mi.)
Olivehurst, CA (3.4 mi.)
Tierra Buena, CA (4.3 mi.)
Plumas Lake, CA (8.1 mi.)
Sutter, CA (9.0 mi.)
Live Oak, CA (10.4 mi.)
Rio Oso, CA (12.3 mi.)

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  1. Juan Corona wasn’t just associated with the building his brother Natividad and himself owned the Guadalajara. It was one of the worse bars and brothels in the area at the time. His brother, a known homosexual, attacked a young boy in the bathroom and tried to rape him. When the boy tried to flee he attacked him with a machete. Conjecture in this area is that Juan covered for his brother who actually did the killings. Natividad fled to Mexico and soon after Bob Nicoletti bought the property. My dad and Bob renovated the whole bar. The upstairs in the 1900s and during the Guadalajara was rooms for prostitutes. I believe my dad saw spirits while he was working on the project but he would never elaborate. The first place I went after I left the hospital when I was born was the Silver Dollar to see Bob and his wife and I spent a lot of time there since. Even though Bob is gone and new owner after new owner have taken over there is an atmosphere there that we aren’t alone anywhere in the building.

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