TrailBlazers - Old Montgomery Ward Building

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Formerly TrailBlazers restaurant and before that a Montgomery Ward department store, this office building is believed to be haunted due to reports that objects move about on their own here.

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Geographic Information

500 4th Street
Fairbury, NE 68352
United States

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40.13494579084661, -97.17967709898403
Jefferson County, Nebraska
Nearest Towns:
Fairbury, NE (0.2 mi.)
Endicott, NE (5.6 mi.)
Jansen, NE (6.1 mi.)
Reynolds, NE (9.7 mi.)
Steele City, NE (10.6 mi.)
Harbine, NE (11.6 mi.)
Gilead, NE (12.4 mi.)
Diller, NE (13.0 mi.)
Alexandria, NE (13.4 mi.)
Mahaska, KS (13.7 mi.)


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