Blind Tiger Brewery

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The brewery and restaurant is believed to be haunted by the ghost of a woman named Helen. Strange noises have been heard in the building by staff, and people have observed strange lights moving around the brewery after it has closed down for the night.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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417 Southwest 37th
Topeka, KS
United States

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39.0002319, -95.6847019
Shawnee County, Kansas
Nearest Towns:
Topeka, KS (3.3 mi.)
Wakarusa, KS (7.9 mi.)
Grantville, KS (8.8 mi.)
Auburn, KS (9.6 mi.)
Silver Lake, KS (11.8 mi.)
Carbondale, KS (12.5 mi.)
Meriden, KS (14.4 mi.)
Willard, KS (15.2 mi.)
Scranton, KS (15.4 mi.)
Lecompton, KS (15.9 mi.)

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  1. I worked there for 8 years, opening and closing the restaurant a lot by myself. Definitely a different feel, and lots of activity. I have witnessed chairs falling over, shadows moving around, heard voices, and lots of footsteps. Most of the activity was around the stairs and fireplace. The ghost would run across the banquet room floor, through a locked door, and run down the stairs. The loop would start over as soon as it left the building, back upstairs..

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