Midnite Rodeo Club

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The building that used to house nightclubs Coolworld and the Midnite Rodeo Club (now closed) is a century-old warehouse complex that is said to have a ghost in residence. A blurry gray form has been spotted in a hallway on security cameras or walking across the dance floor toward a space that used to be an office. Orbs also were known to flutter around the club’s dance cages.

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Geographic Information

2 Huntsman Place
Asheville, NC 28803
United States

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35.570998, -82.546017
Buncombe County, North Carolina
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