The Bayou Cajun Restaurant

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This local eatery is rumoured to be haunted by a man associated with the building’s past. Maurice Pylant, a former owner, died in 1996, but some believe he never left his beloved establishment. Staff and diners claim to have seen his apparition and smelt smoke from his favourite cigars. The cash register has also been known to operate on its own.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

509 NE Big Bend Trail
Glen Rose, TX
United States

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32.2406965, -97.7532898
Somervell County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Glen Rose, TX (0.4 mi.)
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Tolar, TX (14.2 mi.)
Brazos Bend, TX (16.4 mi.)
Morgan, TX (17.5 mi.)
Oak Trail Shores, TX (17.8 mi.)
Iredell, TX (19.0 mi.)


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