Murphy's Motorcycle Company

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This store used to belong to a boot maker, but now produces and sells motorcycle clothing and memorabilia. Employees have reported feeling the sensation of sudden coldness, and the lights have been known to turn on and off of their own accord.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

147 Main Street
Murphys, CA
United States

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38.13751843113559, -120.46461895130051
Calaveras County, California
Nearest Towns:
Murphys, CA (0.3 mi.)
Vallecito, CA (3.3 mi.)
Forest Meadows, CA (3.8 mi.)
Angels Camp, CA (6.3 mi.)
Avery, CA (6.9 mi.)
Mountain Ranch, CA (7.5 mi.)
Columbia, CA (7.8 mi.)
Fort Jones, CA (8.6 mi.)
Tuttletown, CA (10.1 mi.)
Arnold, CA (10.2 mi.)


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