Rock Springs Cafe

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This former stagecoach stopover on the railroad route housed a saloon, a general store and a hotel, and is believed by many too be one of the most haunted places in town. Staff working late hours claim to have seen the saloon doors opening and closing by themselves, and have seen figures in old-fashioned garb wandering around the premises. In the evening, patrons have been reportedly harassed by an entity that throws chairs and furniture around, while cooking staff have been terrified on occasions by a presence that bangs pots and pans.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

35769 Old Black Canyon Highway
Black Canyon, AZ
United States

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34.0486321, -112.14934189999997
Yavapai County, Arizona
Nearest Towns:
Black Canyon City, AZ (1.5 mi.)
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Carefree, AZ (20.5 mi.)
Mayer, AZ (24.6 mi.)
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