Arms of Australia Inn and Museum

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This historic inn and museum is haunted by a number of benign spirits, including an Aboriginal man who was beaten to death in the cellar. His apparition has been seen peering out of the windows of the establishment with a saddened expression on his face. Other activity reported includes cold spots, ghostly voices and a sad presence that has been heard and felt walking up and down the main hallway.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Gardenia Ave and Great Western Highway
Emu Plains, NSW

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-33.74963424005942, 150.66917154047542
Nearest Towns:
Glenbrook, AU (3.2 mi.)
Blaxland, AU (4.0 mi.)
Orchard Hills, AU (5.4 mi.)
Faulconbridge, AU (8.5 mi.)
Yarramundi, AU (9.0 mi.)
Agnes Banks, AU (10.1 mi.)
Warragamba, AU (10.5 mi.)
Wallgrove, AU (10.6 mi.)
Richmond, AU (11.4 mi.)
Silverdale, AU (11.9 mi.)


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