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Reports say a tall, ghostly figure is often seen walking past the windows between offices or following around employees. Some have reported being touched or hearing a voice. The coffeepot has spilled by itself in the jail kitchen, and mixing bowls have been known to jump right off the counter.

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Geographic Information

177 N Center St
Green River, WY ‎
United States

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41.52966164447444, -109.46768277886804
Sweetwater County, Wyoming
Nearest Towns:
Green River, WY (0.1 mi.)
James Town, WY (3.1 mi.)
Purple Sage, WY (7.6 mi.)
Clearview Acres, WY (10.5 mi.)
North Rock Springs, WY (13.1 mi.)
Rock Springs, WY (14.3 mi.)
Arrowhead Springs, WY (16.1 mi.)
Reliance, WY (17.0 mi.)
Little America, WY (20.3 mi.)
Sweeney Ranch, WY (23.9 mi.)


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