Sultana Bar

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This 1912 building formerly housed a silent movie theatre and a billiards hall, and is believed to be haunted by patrons of the bar from over a century ago. Staff have reported eerie encounters in a network of tunnels running beneath the building, as well as being pushed around by an unseen entity in the main dining room.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

301 Historic Route 66
Williams, AZ
United States

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35.2499463, -112.18955640000001
Coconino County, Arizona
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  1. My daughter worked as a bartender at the Sultana and had someone whisper in her ear after she had locked up for the night.
    I saw a young man from WW2 era walk by the supply room. I asked the bartender on duty if he had anyone else working that day and he said no, he was by himself.

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