City Hall - Bullhead City

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Locals say City Hall was built on haunted grounds, and that strange phenomena are occasionally observed within.

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Geographic Information

Address:
1255 Marina Blvd
Bullhead City, AZ 86442
United States

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GPS:
35.1006135, -114.60191650000002
County:
Mohave County, Arizona
Nearest Towns:
Bullhead City, AZ (3.8 mi.)
Laughlin, NV (4.9 mi.)
Katherine, AZ (8.7 mi.)
Mesquite Creek, AZ (9.4 mi.)
Mojave Ranch Estates, AZ (10.9 mi.)
Mohave Valley, AZ (11.6 mi.)
Willow Valley, AZ (13.0 mi.)
Oatman, AZ (13.4 mi.)
Arizona Village, AZ (17.1 mi.)
Needles, CA (17.5 mi.)

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  1. I mean idk about the built on burial grounds but you do feel something sometimes.
    And the city hall back then is really the administration building now where the court is and police, not the new two story city hall across the street.

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