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Have We Seen the Last of the Snuffer’s Ghost?


I didn’t even know that the Snuffer’s on Greenville Avenue, which was torn down earlier this month and will be rebuilt, was supposedly haunted. Which raises the question (at least according to the Lakewood/East Dallas Advocate), was the ghost destroyed in the demolition?

They asked Alan King of the Dallas Area Paranormal Society to weigh in:

[King] says it depends on what the spirit(s) is haunting. If it’s haunting the building, then probably not. If it’s haunting the ground, then we might see our ghostly friend again. If it’s haunting a piece of furniture or object, then it’ll depend on whether or not said object makes it into the new building.

If it is haunting the ground, we might begin to hear about curious things happening at the construction site, King says. So keep your eyes peeled!

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