This late nineteenth century former bordello is home to at least three spirits. The first is a ghostly prostitute, who passed away on the second floor of the building during the early 1900’s. She has been seen floating around the second floor in a white gown. Patrons and staff have sighted a shadowy apparition running through the bar area, before disappearing. The third apparition is a pair of disembodied cowboy boots that have been sighted walking down the stairs before vanishing. The casino machines often go haywire, and objects are moved around by themselves. An overwhelming sad presence is felt in the building.
(Submitted by Callum Swift)
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- 33 East Bannack Street
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- 45.217341, -112.63681500000001
- Beaverhead County, Montana
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