Pipestone County Museum

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Housed in a building that was once the city hall, the museum is said to be haunted by the ghost of a little blonde girl who appears wearing a blue 19th-century dress and white apron. Footsteps and stomping are also heard, and reports say the ghost of the old doctor who had an office off the upstairs library can be heard shuffling papers and squeaking his chair.

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Geographic Information

Address:
113 S Hiawatha Ave
Pipestone, MN 56164
United States

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GPS:
44.0003628, -96.3176019
County:
Pipestone County, Minnesota
Nearest Towns:
Pipestone, MN (0.0 mi.)
Hatfield, MN (6.8 mi.)
Ihlen, MN (6.9 mi.)
Trosky, MN (8.3 mi.)
Holland, MN (9.0 mi.)
Woodstock, MN (10.8 mi.)
Jasper, MN (11.1 mi.)
Ward, SD (12.8 mi.)
Edgerton, MN (12.9 mi.)
Flandreau, SD (14.2 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.pipestoneminnesota.com/museum/

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