Jordan Inn

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This hotel and bar was once a focal point for the mining population of the town, and is believed to be haunted by the apparitions of a woman and her child.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

22 North Kendrick Street
Glendive, MT
United States

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47.1049278, -104.71475709999999
Dawson County, Montana
Nearest Towns:
Glendive, MT (0.1 mi.)
West Glendive, MT (1.7 mi.)
Wibaux, MT (26.1 mi.)
Fallon, MT (26.7 mi.)
Knife River, MT (29.7 mi.)
Terry, MT (35.5 mi.)
Beach, ND (35.9 mi.)
Crane, MT (38.8 mi.)
Fox Lake, MT (40.2 mi.)
Richey, MT (40.9 mi.)


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  1. I grew up in Glendive, and I have never heard of the Jordan being haunted. I know of plenty of other supposedly haunted places, but I have never heard about this. Also I don’t recall there ever being any miners in Glendive. It was a railroad and ranching town in its early days. Now it’s all oil, farming, and ranching. There has never been any large scale mining, so this story is completely false.

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