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S&W Building - Asheville NC Real Haunts

   
  • 56 Patton Avenue
  • Asheville, NC
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Built in 1929 and used as a cafeteria for over four decades, the S&W Building has long been a staple of the Asheville community. The building also used to house Shotzy's Bar, which was the source of many of the building's ghost stories. Employees reported phantom waiters in the hallways, a girl's apparition on the balcony, and coolers/doors that opened by themselves. Where these ghosts stem from is debated, but locals point to its speakeasy roots during Prohibition as the likely beginning. The building is under renovations and is now used for condos and hotel rooms.
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