Patagonia Market

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A bell rings when no living human is around to ring it. Things move around without explanation and occasionally entire shelves crash to the floor. No one knows who haunts the store, but employees are convinced that someone does!

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292 Naugle Ave
Patagonia, AZ 85624
United States

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31.5412702, -110.75305459999998
Santa Cruz County, Arizona
Nearest Towns:
Patagonia, AZ (0.2 mi.)
Sonoita, AZ (11.1 mi.)
Kino Springs, AZ (12.8 mi.)
Beyerville, AZ (12.8 mi.)
Rio Rico, AZ (14.0 mi.)
Elgin, AZ (15.7 mi.)
Nogales, AZ (17.5 mi.)
Tumacacori-Carmen, AZ (17.5 mi.)
Tubac, AZ (17.9 mi.)
Amado, AZ (21.6 mi.)


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  1. I used to work at Patagonia Market in 2005. I have witnessed a loaf of bread flying off the shelf at a gal with red hair who worked at the Post office. I also saw in the mirror that was located in back above the cooler doors so the cashier could see the back isle a little girl in clothing from 1800’s. I investigated and found out that in the mid 1800’s there was a school that burnt down at the property where Patagonia market is located. after seeing the little girl I saw her on a regular basis and I would acknowledge seeing her and talk to her my computerized cash register would go on the fritz every time I would do this. She would make the glass religious candles clink and I would find small candies on the floor in the candy isle. She made herself known to me most every shift I worked for the duration I was employed there. I never felt threatened by her I at times would feel a cold presents where I saw her. From what I gathered from the employees at the Velvet Elvis Pizza
    place located next door they experienced many unexplainable things also .Jerilee Mantovani

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