Cowboy Bar

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Patrons and employees of the Cowboy Bar have reportedly heard footsteps, and even steak orders, from invisible sources, and have witnessed bottles flying off the bar shelves. Some say full glasses will fall from the bar without spilling a single drop. Old tales tell that several murders have been committed in the establishment (as may be guessed by the bullet holes in the walls), and there once may even have been a wake in which the corpse was laid atop the bar.

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Geographic Information

1936 State Street
Meeteetse, WY
United States

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44.158084, -108.87135999999998
Park County, Wyoming
Nearest Towns:
Meeteetse, WY (0.1 mi.)
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Burlington, WY (29.5 mi.)
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Ralston, WY (38.6 mi.)
Winchester, WY (40.9 mi.)
Powell, WY (41.5 mi.)
Kirby, WY (42.1 mi.)
Basin, WY (43.9 mi.)
Garland, WY (44.2 mi.)


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