John Bozeman's Bistro

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The building that houses this notable bistro was constructed in around 1905, and staff working here admit that the building is haunted by an unseen entity. The presence has been known to turn lights on and off, walk across freshly mopped floors and move objects such as cutlery around the restaurant.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

125 West Main Street
Bozeman, MT
United States

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45.6795701, -111.03954799999997
Gallatin County, Montana
Nearest Towns:
Bozeman, MT (0.0 mi.)
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Four Corners, MT (7.9 mi.)
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Gallatin Gateway, MT (9.8 mi.)
Springhill, MT (11.0 mi.)
Churchill, MT (13.7 mi.)
Amsterdam, MT (14.6 mi.)
Manhattan, MT (18.7 mi.)
Sedan, MT (21.3 mi.)


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