The Guilty Martini - Karma Lounge

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The former Guilty Martini, now the Karma Lounge and Nightclub, in a circa-1900 building that was once a carriage house, is haunted by Dapper Dan. Reports say Dapper Dan doesn’t like the alcohol and loud music in the club, and he has been known to knock ashtrays over, pull employees’ hair, clank glasses or bottles, tinker with the lights, and show up as a dark, shadowy shape.

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Geographic Information

10338-81 Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta
T6E 1X2 Canada

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53.5171784, -113.49703929999998
Division No. 11
Nearest Towns:
Edmonton, AB (2.3 mi.)
Beverly, AB (5.3 mi.)
Sherwood Park, AB (7.4 mi.)
Hercules, AB (8.9 mi.)
Bretona, AB (8.9 mi.)
Saint Albert, AB (9.8 mi.)
Lancaster Park, AB (10.3 mi.)
Beaumont, AB (10.8 mi.)
Nisku, AB (12.8 mi.)
Namao, AB (13.8 mi.)


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