Little Choo Choo Daycare Site

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Two deaths are believed to have occured here: first, a teacher committed suicide, second, a child was dragged underneath the miniature train that this place was named after. Employees have reported seeing both a woman who vanishes into air and a child carrying a toy shovel.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Geographic Information

3335 Wynn Road
Las Vegas, NV
United States

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36.1292959, -115.195266
Clark County, Nevada
Nearest Towns:
Spring Valley, NV (3.1 mi.)
Paradise, NV (3.5 mi.)
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Summerlin South, NV (7.6 mi.)
Enterprise, NV (7.6 mi.)
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Nellis Air Force Base, NV (11.2 mi.)


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