Pete's Tavern

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Pete’s Tavern, with its back room called the Cave, is famous for its spirits — the paranormal kind. Recordings inside the Cave have turned up 4 different diesmbodied voices: a grumbly older man, a female with a Southern accent, a whispering female, and a young man. Witnesses say the spirits may touch you, whisper in your ear or play with your hair.

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Geographic Information

11 12th Ave S
Nampa, ID 83651
United States

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43.579392, -116.55957699999999
Canyon County, Idaho
Nearest Towns:
Nampa, ID (2.7 mi.)
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Kuna, ID (9.2 mi.)
Middleton, ID (9.3 mi.)
Marsing, ID (12.9 mi.)
Eagle, ID (13.0 mi.)
Melba, ID (14.2 mi.)
Greenleaf, ID (14.3 mi.)


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