One of the former owners, Juliette Andersen, is thought to be here. She is said to move furniture around, play with lights, and shut doors. A family who all died nearby are also said to be here in the afterlife.
(Submitted by Chris Berglund)
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- 376 Ave Of The Flags
Buellton, CA 93427
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Haunted or not, the place is a popular eating stop.
This happened in August2000 or 2001. My daughter, wife myself were headed to pismo beach. Always stopping to andersens on the way. This trip we were running late. We got to the door and it said closed 9PM. We were about 9:05pm. The door was open so we went in. Asking the manager if they were closed, he replied no come on in, sit down. We were eating and he sat doun by us mentioning he like my wife was from the Philippines. After reciving our dinner he sat by us as I mentioned in our conversation if the place was haunted. He proceeded to tell us a number of stories.(will share those another time) of his experiences. While he was talking with us we could hear like a family event upstaies where we were eating. Even kids running across the room from one to the other. They were kinda loud at times. Aftwr hearing his stories he had with the original owners wife” a ghost” these things happened to him almost constantly for years.we finnished dinner, he asked us if we wanted to see the upstairs ballroom. The stairway was right next to where we were sitting. We all got up and went upstairs. Upon opening the door I remember feeling a litrle like I might be intruding on the group we heard earlier. He opened these wooden double doors that revealed a magnificent ballroom. COMPLETELY EMPTY!!. I pretty much crapped my pants. Along with the rest of the family. He knew what was going on all along but we didn’t. Except for us another couple and the manager. Nobody ever came nor left before that instant he opened the door. I told him he knew the room was empty didn’t you. He nodded his head with a big grin. From that instant on I truly believed every word from every story he told us.Not to mention it was the most defiantly proof I ever experienced concerning life after death? That sounds like a oxymoron. Should be life changed beings.