Bube's Brewery

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The restored 1800s building complex that houses restaurants and a microbrewery may also house some spirits other than the drinking ilk. The apparition of a young woman in a long gown wandering through an art gallery, and a male ghost may reside on the premises as well. Ghost tours are offered on certain days of the week. The place has been featured on TV’s Ghost Hunters.

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    102 N Market St
    Mt Joy, PA 17552
    United States

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    40.11183339999999, -76.50287019999996
    Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
    Nearest Towns:
    Mount Joy, PA (0.1 mi.)
    Rheems, PA (3.8 mi.)
    Salunga, PA (4.2 mi.)
    Marietta, PA (4.6 mi.)
    Maytown, PA (4.9 mi.)
    Landisville, PA (5.0 mi.)
    Columbia, PA (5.4 mi.)
    Elizabethtown, PA (6.0 mi.)
    Wrightsville, PA (6.1 mi.)
    Mountville, PA (6.3 mi.)

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    1. Bubes has a missing room. The young woman is probably the original owners daughter who fell I’ll and was sealed in her room. You can supposedly see her looking out the window of the sealed, or missing, room. There is also the catacombs where the hermit used to live. There are like stone caves that honey comb beneath the town. The main entrance that the town kids used years ago was sealed up after two boys stayed the the caves during a storm, and when the Creeks rose, the caves flooded. Most of the entrences have been sealed for this reason, but bubes still has a section open as a dinning room. My father tells of a hermit who lived, and assumedly died, in the caves as his body was never found. Bubes is a honey hole of paranormal. Further up the same street, on the corner of main, sits beanie’s which is another haunted location that is worth looking into

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