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Many staff and diners in this former hotel have reported seeing a white apparition standing nearby watching them, which fades away when approached. Cutlery is moved around tables, doors open and close by themselves and disembodied footsteps are heard when the steakhouse is closing down for the night.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

573 Main Street
Park City, UT
United States

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40.64517, -111.49704700000001
Summit County, Utah
Nearest Towns:
Park City, UT (0.1 mi.)
Snyderville, UT (4.2 mi.)
Hideout, UT (4.6 mi.)
Alta, UT (8.4 mi.)
Summit Park, UT (9.2 mi.)
Midway, UT (9.3 mi.)
Peoa, UT (9.8 mi.)
Heber, UT (10.5 mi.)
Kamas, UT (11.3 mi.)
Oakley, UT (11.4 mi.)


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