Moocher's Bar

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A spirit found in the old bar changes the song or turns off the jukebox every now and then and also slams the bathroom door at times. The bartender says that the ghost isn’t evil.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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814 North A Street
Nenana, AK
United States

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64.564046, -149.09576949999996
Yukon-Koyukuk County
Nearest Towns:
Nenana, AK (0.1 mi.)
Four Mile Road, AK (2.8 mi.)
Anderson, AK (15.4 mi.)
Ferry, AK (37.8 mi.)
Minto, AK (41.2 mi.)
Healy, AK (47.8 mi.)
McKinley Park, AK (57.7 mi.)
Livengood, AK (68.3 mi.)


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  1. Went on a fishing trip down to seward. Well while driving my way back to fairbanks I got a wild hair and decided to stop in nenana. This bar was the only place open in town. Lovely people. Very friendly. I had a few drinks and tried to play some music. They told me to hold off on that. Didn’t know why but I went with it. Sure enough about 5 minutes later the jukebox turns on full blast. It was crazy but these people are so used to it. Freaked me out. Super nice ladies. Scariest part was that these 40 something year old women were hitting 24 year old me.

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