Lambrecht's Gift Store

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This gift store is housed in a historic building, which has a darker history in relation to the murder of a woman that occurred in the building many years before. The apparition of a pale-faced woman with a terrified expression has been seen knocking on the window of the store, but when passer-by’s seek help, she vanishes. Authorities have been called to the store to investigate this occurrence on several occasions, but have found nothing.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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119 N Minnesota St
New Ulm, MN
United States

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44.314648, -94.46092999999996
Brown County, Minnesota
Nearest Towns:
New Ulm, MN (0.2 mi.)
Searles, MN (6.1 mi.)
Courtland, MN (6.8 mi.)
Lafayette, MN (9.7 mi.)
Hanska, MN (11.6 mi.)
Sleepy Eye, MN (13.1 mi.)
Nicollet, MN (13.8 mi.)
Gibbon, MN (15.5 mi.)
Winthrop, MN (16.5 mi.)
La Salle, MN (17.7 mi.)


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  1. I have owned Lambrechts Gifts for over 30 years and this story of ghosts is complete fiction. While a murder did occur at this address a long time ago, there has never been any paranormal activity and authorities have never been called to the site. My family lived on the upper level for some years and I can say that it is a completely normal building.

  2. Maybe, maybe., vut not in this world. But did you go down there at 2 in the morning? I’ll bet now that strange things go down at the time o’ the night.. It’s amazin’ what you don’t see when you stay in bed and night and don’t investigate the strange sounds amucking up things down-below. Have you ever climbed Hermann the German after midnight? if not, don’t want to hear about what you don’t see or here. For one thing, organ music. Then, sterling pancakes.That dude might be tall, but he likes the polka. My grandpa told me they all do, German or otherwise. If you ask me, I have seen to many orbs and such since I ate fried chicken at the A and W. There is more to your philosophy, Horatio than you’d help to guess at. given these hard times. Those who had seen the winking statue in the town cemetery know what I’m talking about. The gravestone says, “Killed by the Indians, but I think we know who provided the folk the spotted blankets. Columbus–duh! Think about that the next time you valorize the Nina, the Pinta, and the Santa Maria, baby. I am ready to stand corrected, to boot. –Janine. Auf Deuschtsce.

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