Famous jockey George Woolf, aka “The Iceman,” bought the Derby Restaurant in 1938 but died 8 years later when he was thrown off a horse. Employees say they feel Woolf’s presence and hear his footsteps heading up the stairs to his living quarters above the restaurant.
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- 233 E Huntington Dr
Arcadia, CA 91006
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- 34.1404412, -118.02360859999999
- Los Angeles County, California
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