Plaza Hotel

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The restaurant on the ground floor of this 1925 building is supposedly haunted. Staff have reported the apparition of an African American woman in a white apron in the kitchen and dining room, as well as a pair of ghostly men who have been arguing after the establishment has closed for the evening.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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9 West Magnolia
Arcadia, FL
United States

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27.2142787, -81.86112930000002
DeSoto County, Florida
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Zolfo Springs, FL (19.7 mi.)
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  1. The barber shop there used to be the powder keg back in the 80s. I bought my first pistol there in 85. Used to be a apt. building just to the east in that vacant land. Long gone.

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