Snuffer's Restaurant

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The ghost of a hazy figure has been seen in the hallway leading to the restrooms. It is believed to be that of a woman that died during a fight there long ago.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Address:
3526 Greenville Avenue
Dallas, TX
United States

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GPS:
32.830974, -96.76981599999999
County:
Dallas County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Highland Park, TX (1.3 mi.)
University Park, TX (2.2 mi.)
Dallas, TX (3.9 mi.)
Buckingham, TX (7.7 mi.)
Richardson, TX (8.4 mi.)
Cockrell Hill, TX (9.4 mi.)
Garland, TX (9.5 mi.)
Addison, TX (9.7 mi.)
Farmers Branch, TX (9.9 mi.)
Mesquite, TX (10.9 mi.)

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  1. This site gives the at wrong address. It is actually beside the Hampton Inn in Mesquite. only 300 yards from an additional said haunted building listed on this site. It was leveled several years ago, sounds very much like the land is haunted.

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