Jim Beam Distillery

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At this Jim Beam Distillery, some say, a former guard was a little out of his mind and liked to yell at the full moon during his shift. Now, some witnesses currently working as guards say they can hear his screams when the moon is full.

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Geographic Information

149 Happy Hollow Rd
Sheperdsville, KY 40165
United States

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37.931238280347564, -85.65318831083675
Bullitt County, Kentucky
Nearest Towns:
Shepherdsville, KY (5.2 mi.)
Lebanon Junction, KY (7.9 mi.)
Fox Chase, KY (8.2 mi.)
Hebron Estates, KY (8.2 mi.)
Pioneer Village, KY (9.0 mi.)
Brooks, KY (9.5 mi.)
Hillview, KY (9.7 mi.)
Boston, KY (10.0 mi.)
Mount Washington, KY (10.1 mi.)
Hunters Hollow, KY (10.3 mi.)


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