Sacco's Bowl-Haven

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Sacco’s Bowl-Haven, investigated by TV’s Ghost Hunters, has been owned by the Sacco family since 1939. It’s believed to be haunted by a former employee. Witnesses have described the feeling of something breathing on their neck and balls that return when the machine is off. The Ghost Hunters debunked the balls as a problem with the mechanical apparatus.

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45 Day St
Somerville, MA 02144
United States

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42.395746, -71.12382100000002
Middlesex County, Massachusetts
Nearest Towns:
Somerville, MA (1.4 mi.)
Cambridge, MA (1.7 mi.)
Medford, MA (1.8 mi.)
Arlington, MA (2.1 mi.)
Belmont, MA (2.8 mi.)
Watertown, MA (3.5 mi.)
Malden, MA (3.6 mi.)
Everett, MA (3.7 mi.)
Winchester, MA (4.0 mi.)
Boston, MA (4.2 mi.)

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