A.V. Quinn House

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This 1883 Queen-Anne style mansion is also known as ‘Pine Gables’, due to the two trees that stand either side of the residence. Built for a wealthy banker, the property is rumoured to be haunted. The first wife of the original proprietor is believed to the source of these ghostly tales, as visitors claim to have seen a woman peering through the curtains out into the street. Upon investigation, the house is empty.

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Geographic Information

1049 Center Street
Evanston, WY
United States

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41.267364, -110.96787999999998
Uinta County, Wyoming
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  1. The Gables have also been used as a bed & breakfast and there are reports of a young girl that shows up to inform the owners when people have tried stealing from the establishment.

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