Olive Hotel

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This historic hotel was built in the 1890’s, and is believed to be haunted by Olive Kennie, the daughter of a former properties. Dressed in old-fashioned clothing, she has been known to appear in various rooms, hallways and the restaurant, although most of her appearances have been linked to Room #250. Guests staying in this room reported the toilet flushing by itself, the shower curtain twisting by itself and seeing the apparition herself sitting on their beds.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

501 Main Street
Miles City, MT
United States

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46.40612489999999, -105.8516247
Custer County, Montana
Nearest Towns:
Miles City, MT (0.5 mi.)
Rosebud, MT (29.7 mi.)
Terry, MT (37.0 mi.)
Forsyth, MT (40.6 mi.)
Fallon, MT (45.7 mi.)
Colstrip, MT (51.6 mi.)
Ashland, MT (59.6 mi.)
Lame Deer, MT (66.8 mi.)
Muddy, MT (69.5 mi.)
Broadus, MT (69.8 mi.)


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