This 1900’s bank building formerly served as a pharmacy and a private residence, but is now a museum housing a vast collection of art, local memorabilia and curiosities brought in by the current owner. He claims that the building is haunted, and that on his first night living there, he was actually forced to leave in the early hours of morning due to an overwhelming amount of ghostly activity. Although he has gradually become accustomed to the paranormal occurrences, locals who rent an upstairs annex as well as visitors have taken a little more time to adapt. Reports range from the sound of someone breaking in and running up a flight of stairs (of course, there’s no one there) to a ghostly man who appeared to a caretaker in the basement. Disembodied footsteps and voices are also apparently commonplace here.
(Submitted by Callum Swift)
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- 127 Main Street
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- 43.2353269, -108.10820920000003
- Fremont County, Wyoming
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