Motherlode Lodge

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The historic lodge is believed to be haunted by several spirits. People have seen a misty black apparition roaming the grounds of the lodge, and people looking into mirrors see figures in period clothing standing behind them. Loud banging noises and knocks have been heard, as well as the voice of a young girl. Doors and curtains open and close late at night by themselves. For sale as of 2014.

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Geographic Information

17288 North Palmer Fishhook Rd
Palmer, AK
United States

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61.7043892, -149.2317638
Matanuska-Susitna County
Nearest Towns:
Fishhook, AK (2.7 mi.)
Buffalo Soapstone, AK (4.4 mi.)
Farm Loop, AK (5.4 mi.)
Lakes, AK (7.2 mi.)
Palmer, AK (8.2 mi.)
Tanaina, AK (8.4 mi.)
Gateway, AK (9.1 mi.)
Lazy Mountain, AK (10.8 mi.)
Wasilla, AK (10.9 mi.)
Butte, AK (13.0 mi.)


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