Rivendell Book Store

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Bookstore owners have reported shadowy figures, the unexplained sound of jingle bells at Christmastime, and books that seemed to be pushed off of shelves by unseen hands. It is reported that, appropriately, one of the books that fell off the shelves was called “Living with Ghosts.”

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212 N. Broadway St.
Abilene, KS 67410
United States

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38.91713499999999, -97.21595489999999
Dickinson County, Kansas
Nearest Towns:
Abilene, KS (0.1 mi.)
Detroit, KS (5.3 mi.)
Enterprise, KS (5.4 mi.)
Talmage, KS (7.8 mi.)
Solomon, KS (8.3 mi.)
Chapman, KS (11.1 mi.)
Manchester, KS (13.6 mi.)
Kipp, KS (15.8 mi.)
New Cambria, KS (15.8 mi.)
Woodbine, KS (16.2 mi.)

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