B.J.'s Bayou Restaurant

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The building was once a hotel, but after the Teton Flood of 1976 it was abandoned. The place was renovated to the Cajun eatery in the 1980s. Several haunts have been reported here, including an older gentleman, possibly in uniform, and a young girl.

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Geographic Information

Address:
655 N 2880 E
Roberts, ID 83444
United States

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GPS:
43.72102599999999, -112.12710099999998
County:
Jefferson County, Idaho
Nearest Towns:
Roberts, ID (0.1 mi.)
Lewisville, ID (6.1 mi.)
Menan, ID (6.8 mi.)
Rigby, ID (11.1 mi.)
Ucon, ID (11.9 mi.)
Hamer, ID (14.8 mi.)
Lincoln, ID (16.5 mi.)
Iona, ID (16.6 mi.)
Idaho Falls, ID (18.2 mi.)
Rexburg, ID (18.3 mi.)

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  1. I have pictures from this last summer when I was there. And you can see a woman’s face upstairs looking down at me in the picture. There also looks like another enity was up there too. I had the feeling someone was watching us while we were there. Weird enough my great uncle was born in that building when it was a hospital.

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