Casper Elk's Club

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This 1922 building is haunted. Members of the local club that gather here regularly report paranormal activity, such as the apparition of a man in the basement, objects moving around of their own accord, the smell of cigar smoke and the sounds of music emanating from the empty ballroom. Much of the activity has been attributed to a late Mr Cobb, who used to be the club president.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

108 East Seventh Street
Casper, WY
United States

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42.843795, -106.32475
Natrona County, Wyoming
Nearest Towns:
Casper, WY (1.7 mi.)
Mills, WY (2.1 mi.)
Evansville, WY (3.1 mi.)
Hartrandt, WY (3.2 mi.)
Mountain View, WY (3.3 mi.)
Brookhurst, WY (4.6 mi.)
Bar Nunn, WY (4.9 mi.)
Vista West, WY (5.8 mi.)
Red Butte, WY (6.1 mi.)
Casper Mountain, WY (7.7 mi.)


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