Stones Throw Restaurant and Bar

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The historic building that houses this restaurant and bar is believed to be haunted by a man who hanged himself here in the early 1900s. The man has appeared as an apparition and has been known to throw or break beer bottles, open and close doors, and move objects to unexpected places. His footsteps have been heard in the basement.

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304 Eau Claire St
Eau Claire, WI 54701
United States

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44.8123764, -91.50035689999999
Eau Claire County, Wisconsin
Nearest Towns:
Eau Claire, WI (0.1 mi.)
Altoona, WI (2.9 mi.)
Seymour, WI (3.5 mi.)
Lake Hallie, WI (5.3 mi.)
Chippewa Falls, WI (10.1 mi.)
Elk Mound, WI (10.2 mi.)
Fall Creek, WI (11.5 mi.)
Lake Wissota, WI (12.5 mi.)
Eleva, WI (16.4 mi.)
Colfax, WI (16.9 mi.)

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