Idle Isle Candy

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At this cafe and candy company, weird things happen after closing time. Objects are said to fall off shelves, furniture is moved or knocked over, and the apparition of a Native American man has been spotted. According to reports, the ghost once appeared to a cafe employee, ordered some dinner rolls, and promptly disappeared. The man is said to haunt other nearby businesses as well. An apparition of the owner’s grandmother also has been seen inside the candy company.

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41 S Main
Brigham City, UT 84302
United States

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41.50947000000001, -112.01528000000002
Box Elder County, Utah
Nearest Towns:
Brigham City, UT (0.1 mi.)
Perry, UT (3.2 mi.)
Mantua, UT (3.8 mi.)
Corinne, UT (5.7 mi.)
Willard, UT (7.0 mi.)
Bear River City, UT (9.3 mi.)
Honeyville, UT (9.5 mi.)
Wellsville, UT (9.9 mi.)
Paradise, UT (10.0 mi.)
South Willard, UT (10.2 mi.)

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  1. The Idle Isle is in a beautiful 100+ year old building. I’m going back because I love this history of old buildings. This building is beautiful on the inside. The sign out front is too modern but what the heck, they need a sign.

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