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The jail cells are authentic and were once apart of the deadwood jail in the 1800s.
The ornate framed woodcarving that frames the main bar was made in Chicago and was originally in a bar in Colorado, before coming to Willie Boys. On 01/17/15 Full Tech Paranormal Investigations traveled to the Morongo Valley to conduct an investigation at Willie Boys Barbeque and Saloon off of Highway 62 in Morongo, just north west of Palm Springs, California.
All of these occurrences were documented either by video or audio.
We also were able to document K2 hits as well as EMF, (Electro Magnetic Field Meter) spikes.
During 1960, a famous boxer named Richie Fontaine was rumored to have taught boxing in what is now the main dining room, which was called the "Ritchie Fontaine Desert Room". Sam Levin, who was the owner of the Biltmore in Palm Springs, California, opened the "Purple Lantern" at the location in 1965, which is now known as Willy Boy's Saloon and Dance Hall.
The entire remolded interior of Willy Boys was brought to the restaurant from other historical locations.
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We all reacted to the sound of something dragging on the sink counter; this was caught on audio from the video camera.Check out our free and paid Singles Events To read more about our Dating Safety Tips click here.Safety advice Dating is fun but to ensure you do it in the safest way possible we have put together some golden rules to help you get the most out of your journey.An interview with the owners and staff revealed that there was in fact some unexplained activity occurring at the location, including touching of customers, full body apparitions and unexplained shaking of tables and objects.The property location has a long and interesting history that was documented by the current owner dating back to 1925 when the original structure was built, known as the Morongo Lodge. Stead, who was the first postmaster for Morongo Valley, owned the property in 1929.