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The Lone Wolf Club in Castlewood, Missouri was a Speakeasy and Tavern in the 1930's and was built and owned by Eddie Pahl who lived in a house behind the bar till his death in 1979. The prominent Stone Entryway and smoker along with a patio and forbidding entrance to the bar were build during the era of bootlegging prohibition and mobsters. In the early 1980's, under Steve Apted's ownership, it became a legendary-post Urban Cowboy- western nightclub with packed crowds and even a mechanical bull on the patio. The Lone Wolf Band played from a small bandstand in front of the dance floor, while saucy leggy servers brought drinks and ribs from the 8 hour smoker.
Kay Thompson ran a full sized horse drawn stagecoach between the Lone Wolf and the Ponderosa bar located at the north end of Castlewood. Kay became the last proprietor of the Lone Wolf Club, introduced free western dance lessons with the help of Bill Webster who, along with the Lone Wolf Band, helped swell the crowds one last time before it's sad demise by the early 1990's.