Red Buffalo Trading Company

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The building was formerly a saloon, and is famous for being the being the landmark at which Morgan Earp was assassinated. Since then, the building has been haunted by at least three entities. The first is that of an aggressive ghost, who attacks people who enter the building and switches lights on and off. Disembodied footsteps have also been heard on the upper floor of the building. The floating apparitions of a woman has been seen in the building, as well as the spectre of Morgan Warp himself.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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412 East Allen Street
Tombstone, AZ
United States

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31.712754, -110.06644699999998
Cochise County, Arizona
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  1. When I awas about 9 or 10 I was in this store and the entire shelf next to me just collapsed out of nowhere. I can’t tell you if it was really a spirit or what but that’s what happened.

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