Cafe Talk - Inside The Bungalow

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Once called “Cafe Talk” – this business is now called “Inside the Bungalow”, in the same building. The ghost of a man and a little girl haunt this cafe. Allegedly the man’s shadow can be seen moving from room to room.

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48 N Robson
Mesa, AZ 85201
United States

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33.4165461, -111.83683200000002
Maricopa County, Arizona
Nearest Towns:
Mesa, AZ (0.9 mi.)
Tempe, AZ (4.2 mi.)
San Carlos, AZ (4.9 mi.)
Gilbert, AZ (5.2 mi.)
Tempe Junction, AZ (6.2 mi.)
Scottsdale, AZ (7.3 mi.)
Chandler, AZ (7.6 mi.)
Guadalupe, AZ (7.9 mi.)
Paradise Valley, AZ (10.0 mi.)
Phoenix, AZ (13.9 mi.)


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  1. I would go there back in the day when it was Cafe Talk, i knew owner and some employees, they would have paranormal experiences all of the time. I was once in line at closing time and had something thrown at me it was something small but it came from an empty area. The employee and I just chuckled. The place also has a cellar/basement cant remember it was small though. Now that room is creepy, I felt the energy and refused to go any further in with my friend (employee).

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