Leslie's Family Tree

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Leslie’s Family Tree is a restaurant known for its numerous family photographs and giant scones as well as the fact that it is believed to be haunted by as many as 60 ghosts. It has been featured on TV’s “The Dead Files.” One witness said that chairs here have been known to stack themselves, with the apparent aid of a helpful spirit.

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77 W Main St
Santaquin, UT 84655
United States

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39.975414, -111.7870117
Utah County, Utah
Nearest Towns:
Santaquin, UT (0.1 mi.)
Spring Lake, UT (2.8 mi.)
Genola, UT (3.3 mi.)
Rocky Ridge, UT (4.1 mi.)
Payson, UT (5.6 mi.)
West Mountain, UT (5.9 mi.)
Goshen, UT (6.2 mi.)
Elk Ridge, UT (6.3 mi.)
Woodland Hills, UT (7.8 mi.)
Salem, UT (8.0 mi.)

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  1. will you send me the information for your ghost tour and the price per person?? i have five maybe more that want to come … the hours ????thank you so much

  2. I would recommend to those going after hours for ghost tours to be careful of their intent. I have heard from numerous people that this place is haunted with spirits that can form an “attachment” and follow a person home. I would recommend that you perform a protective prayer before and after your visit there.

  3. I’ve been to the restaurant only once to use the restroom. I remember while I was in the bathroom washing my hands, I felt something push me toward the sink. At first I thought someone bumped into me, but nobody else was in the bathroom and the door hadn’t opened at all. Water was splashed on my shirt and on the mirror, so I was sure that someone pushed me.

    I’ve heard a few friends say they were given food by a ghost waiter, or see pictures slightly tilting without anyone being near them, but the worst I experienced was in that bathroom.
    The restaurant had a rich history, and some people even claim that there’s an open gateway or portal in the basement, so it wouldn’t surprise me if there was indeed something there. The restaurant at this point has closed, most likely to less customers coming over because of the pandemic and I don’t think it will ever open it’s doors again, but if someone else buys it and makes it into another restaurant or anything like that, I hope they know what they’re getting themself into.

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