Montgomery Golf Club

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Montgomery Golf Club is home to two ghosts, maybe more. One’s identity has been traced to a farmer who once lived on the land and is said to be buried on the first hole of the golf course. His apparition has been spotted in a hat and overalls. The other ghost is one of the club’s founders, who appears to be checking up on his place. He has been seen at the bar or looking in the windows. TVs here turn on by themselves and the air conditioning has been moved below 50 degrees by someone unseen.

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Geographic Information

Address:
Montgomery Golf Club
Montgomery, MN
United States

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GPS:
44.45313556005997, -93.57486677239643
County:
Le Sueur County, Minnesota
Nearest Towns:
Montgomery, MN (1.0 mi.)
Heidelberg, MN (3.7 mi.)
New Prague, MN (6.2 mi.)
Lonsdale, MN (7.5 mi.)
Le Center, MN (8.8 mi.)
Kilkenny, MN (9.7 mi.)
New Market, MN (13.7 mi.)
Elko New Market, MN (14.4 mi.)
Elko, MN (14.4 mi.)
Jordan, MN (15.0 mi.)

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