The Pollard Hotel

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Much of the reported activity revolves around the third floor with many of the claims taking place in rooms 309-312. There are a variety of claims that generally revolve around people “feeling” odd, dizzy or light-headed or oppressed. People have reported seeing a woman in a yellow dress haunting the hallways.

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    2 N Broadway Ave
    Red Lodge, Mt 59068
    United States
    45.187167561610266, -109.24666411177827
    Carbon County, Montana
    Nearest Towns:
    Red Lodge, MT (0.1 mi.)
    Bearcreek, MT (4.7 mi.)
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    Roscoe, MT (16.5 mi.)
    Bridger, MT (17.8 mi.)
    Boyd, MT (20.6 mi.)
    Fromberg, MT (21.8 mi.)
    Joliet, MT (24.6 mi.)
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