Brick Saloon

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Originally built in 1889, the saloon is believed to be home to the ghosts of a little girl and a cowboy. Reports say a piano on the premises has been heard playing by itself.

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100 W Pennsylvania Ave
Roslyn, WA 98941
United States

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47.22274059999999, -120.99340440000003
Kittitas County, Washington
Nearest Towns:
Roslyn, WA (0.1 mi.)
Ronald, WA (1.6 mi.)
Cle Elum, WA (3.2 mi.)
South Cle Elum, WA (3.3 mi.)
Easton, WA (8.8 mi.)
Thorp, WA (18.5 mi.)
Cliffdell, WA (19.4 mi.)
Snoqualmie Pass, WA (22.4 mi.)
Ellensburg, WA (26.1 mi.)
Nile, WA (27.9 mi.)

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  1. It could also be noted that Roslyn is the home of a very large number of adjacent, mining era cemeteries that are effectively merged into one huge memorial acreage spread throughout many lawn and forest areas. While many sections (individual cemeteries themselves) are fairly well maintained, one can feel a somewhat haunted sensation simply by being there or near the very old architecture of Roslyn itself.

  2. We lived in a haunted house just blocks from the brick. At least two other people I know lived in haunted houses in Roslyn. Great town, but lots of ghost activity.

  3. I took my then girlfriend to see the Roselyn cemetery. (If you’ve watched Northern Exposure that is all Roselyn). The cemetery is Eastern European style…amazing place, actually something to see on a date. Anyway. While there we came upon a grave of a baby. A tiny plot, and a tiny ornate fence around it, done in Eastern European style. It really moved me emotionally.
    Then we hear a baby crying. It keeps crying. It stops then it starts again.
    We start looking around. No one else is there.
    Then we see the crow. Its making a perfect imitation of a baby cry. Crows have among the most versatile vocal abilities, can imitate human speech or any animal sound.
    It stopped making the sound soon.
    Keep this in mind, the crow might have been making a sound it heard often….there at that grave.

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