The Broker - Lapeyre Steakhouse

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The second floor of this steakhouse restaurant is said to be haunted by a ghost who has been seen looking out the windows. She is also said to peer out of other windows on the same block. Those who have seen her say she looks lonely and sad.

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Geographic Information

Address:
203 East Main St
Riverton, WY
United States

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GPS:
43.024338, -108.389002
County:
Fremont County, Wyoming
Nearest Towns:
Riverton, WY (0.5 mi.)
Arapahoe, WY (6.7 mi.)
Hudson, WY (12.8 mi.)
Johnstown, WY (17.1 mi.)
Ethete, WY (19.4 mi.)
Shoshoni, WY (20.3 mi.)
Pavillion, WY (21.5 mi.)
Lander, WY (21.8 mi.)
Boulder Flats, WY (22.1 mi.)
Fort Washakie, WY (25.0 mi.)

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