Gallatin Gateway Inn

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This historic stucco style hotel is currently up for sale, but was built in around 1927 as a stopover for railroad travelers. The hotel has at least three reported apparitions, including a female housekeeper who was murdered and has been seen standing behind guests. The second is a male entity, who has been known to turn lights on and off, move objects and even play the piano. The final apparition is that of an unseen entity that has been known to push staff and guests around, and is usually accompanied by an icy presence.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

74605 Gallatin Road
Gallatin Gateway, MT
United States

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45.59351932520501, -111.19867962592252
Gallatin County, Montana
Nearest Towns:
Gallatin Gateway, MT (0.1 mi.)
Four Corners, MT (2.6 mi.)
King Arthur Park, MT (6.2 mi.)
Bozeman, MT (9.8 mi.)
Churchill, MT (12.0 mi.)
Belgrade, MT (12.7 mi.)
Amsterdam, MT (12.8 mi.)
Springhill, MT (18.7 mi.)
Manhattan, MT (19.3 mi.)
Big Sky, MT (22.9 mi.)


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