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Blue Agave Club

Blue Agave Club

625 Main
Pleasanton, California
94566 USA

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Pleasanton, CA is home to one of the most haunted eateries in the nation, Blue Agave Club. Come Explore its spooky menu and other offerings with Haunted Journeys.

The Blue Agave Club is one of the oldest buildings in this noble town, originally serving as the home for the Arendt family. After their occupancy, its served for many other duties. At one time, the local School District has their main offices there. Today, it adds to the culinary flavors of this town, serving as a popular restaurant. With such a long historical presence, it surely is accompanied by many tales of its haunts! Some speak about papers flying around the office, while desk chairs rolling around on their own. All are unexplainable. The staff at the restaurant have also reported noises that were not familiar to the living and doors closing on their own. When the restaurant was recently remodeled by the current owners, an apparition of a young girl was witnessed upstairs, disappearing as mysteriously as she appeared.

Such multitudes of unexplainable activities have occurred, that they have called on a psychic medium to investigate the property. The medium reported that Mr. Arendt apparently remains in the property and serves as a dominant spirit. Other ghosts include hired help he once commissioned while inhabiting the home. The psychic also claimed that the other entities like to eavesdrop on conversations and sit on the porch watching townspeople pass by. They admitted, through spiritual communication, to enjoying having the house to themselves after the restaurant closes each night. Then they have parties and just ignore Mr. Arendt. Pretty naughty staff, wouldn’t you say?




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Date added: Jan/24/2017 | Last time updated: Mar/01/2019
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