The Empty Glass

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The haunt at this bar is rumored to be a former bartender who was killed in a car accident. Witnesses say the ghost plays pranks on both employees and bar patrons, such as playing his favorite songs on the jukebox. One report says that when the jukebox came on by itself in the empty bar after closing time, a staff member went to unplug the unruly machine and noticed a man’s shadow cross his path. On the second floor, witnesses say ghosts have been here since before the bar moved in. The spirits are known to move objects and cause the restroom doors to get stuck.

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410 Elizabeth St
Charleston, WV 25311
United States

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38.3407008, -81.61612109999999
Kanawha County, West Virginia
Nearest Towns:
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  1. Light orbs upstairs, pans thrown on floor in empty kitchen, bartender having a one-sided conversation with figure in the shadows who disappeared when the lights came on

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