Claim Jumper Steakhouse - Park City UT Haunted Place
- 573 Main Street
- Park City, UT
This former hotel is said to be haunted by a white apparition that stands nearby watching staff and diners. It then vanishes when approached. Haunting reports here include doors that open and close on their own, cutlery that is moved around tables and disembodied footsteps.
Possible ghost sighting
Back in the early 90s I used to work at a store on main street in PC. I would usually close and lock up the store. I would then walk to the bottom of main street and catch a bus home. I remember one night walking towards the bottom of main street when this wave of fear came over me. Just before i passed where the Claim Jumper was located. I felt as if someone or something was watching me. It was off season and there were not many people out and about at that time of night. I immediately crossed to the other side of main street , looked over at the building and saw a figure moving in one of the upstairs windows. The restaurant was closed for the off season as many shops and restaurants do in the ski town. To this day I still get chills thinking about it. Park City has a lot of history attached to it....Posted 1/26/21
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