Safari Bowl

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You will hear footsteps on the lanes when it is jaut you in there. You can hear pins be thrown across the back of bowling ally when no one is back there. There are dog barking. There is also a little girl that is 8 yrs old that haunts the bathroom. There is also a devils corner in here.

(Submitted by Steve Y)

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628 W David St
Morton, IL
United States

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40.6155398, -89.46972010000002
Tazewell County, Illinois
Nearest Towns:
Morton, IL (0.6 mi.)
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Mackinaw, IL (8.0 mi.)
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