The Aerie Ballroom in Centralia, Washington:

The Historic 2R Bar and Bistro Roslyn Washington

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PIHA - Paranormal Investigations of Historic America
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
16 pages Saddle-stitched
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Reports by employees and patrons have included glasses disappearing to nowhere, the owner's have heard things upstairs where there's a vacant apartment. The smell of cigarette smoke has lingered on the main floor even though the restaurant is a non-smoking establishment. And then, there was the fire — started by a candle left on the bar — that burned part of the bar top and then just "went out". People reported a gambler sitting at the front of the bar and a miner walking around the bar. There have been reports that upstairs a young girl with an apron on and an older gentleman has been seen. A short, bald man who walks with a cane has appeared upstairs. One ghost identified himself as "Wes," and another gave his name as "Milt Nelson" according to another paranormal group that investigated there.

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