Bow Valley Ranche Restaurant

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Bow Valley Ranche Restaurant was built over a century ago and is haunted. The ghost is believed to be Charlie Yuen, a former chef who perished in a car accident in 1938, and whose dying wish was to be buried near the restaurant where he had been employed all his life. Although he was buried in China, his ghost has been seen in the private dining room. Lights and the stereo have been known to come on by themselves as well.

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Geographic Information

Bow Bottom Trail SE
Calgary, AB T2J 7A7, Canada

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50.91030884486006, -114.02133893949218
Division No. 6
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  1. I work here as a server, and recently, our beer taps were suddenly turned off. They were working usual one night, and then suddenly they stopped working. When we went downstairs to check if they had broke, they were simply switched off. All of the staff, including me, believe it was Charlie, as he is known to cause mischief around the restaurant.

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