Superstition Mountain Museum

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This museum documenting the local history of the area is believed to be haunted. Staff claim to have heard disembodied footsteps and strange noises in the museum after closing time, as well as a display that likes to move around the museum of its own accord.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

4087 North Apache Trail
Apache Junction, AZ
United States

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33.4467979, -111.50180790000002
Pinal County, Arizona
Nearest Towns:
Apache Junction, AZ (3.5 mi.)
Gold Camp, AZ (15.6 mi.)
Queen Creek, AZ (15.7 mi.)
Queen Valley, AZ (16.0 mi.)
Fountain Hills, AZ (16.9 mi.)
San Tan Valley, AZ (17.7 mi.)
Gilbert, AZ (17.8 mi.)
Mesa, AZ (18.6 mi.)
San Carlos, AZ (21.3 mi.)
Rio Verde, AZ (21.5 mi.)


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