Wild Bill's Saloon and Steakhouse

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Patrons and staff have reported an arcade machine in this saloon that plays by itself for hours when there is no one around and when the building has closed for the night. Strange flashing lights have been seen by people from outside in the street, and it is rumoured that outlaw Bill Hickock haunts the historic saloon himself.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

593 Lower Main Street
Deadwood, SD
United States

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44.3785304, -103.72856580000001
Lawrence County, South Dakota
Nearest Towns:
Deadwood, SD (0.1 mi.)
Central City, SD (2.3 mi.)
Lead, SD (2.6 mi.)
Whitewood, SD (7.2 mi.)
Spearfish, SD (10.1 mi.)
Sturgis, SD (11.0 mi.)
Saint Onge, SD (11.6 mi.)
North Spearfish, SD (12.0 mi.)
North Spearfish, SD (12.3 mi.)
Piedmont, SD (19.6 mi.)


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