Old Bosler Post Office

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A former courier for the Union Pacific Railroad reported various sightings of the apparition of a tall pale gentleman waving at her from the old post office when she passed during the evenings. Other visitors to the old building have heard strange noises, such as disembodied footsteps or strange voices.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

1972 U.S Route 30
Bosler, WY
United States

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41.57904736092787, -105.69542777564493
Albany County, Wyoming
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