William G. LeDuc House

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Civil War quartermaster General William Leduc’s home, built in 1865, and his family reportedly dabbled in spiritualism. Many spirits are said to reside here, and the apparition of General Leduc himself has been spotted. His daughter Alice and family friend Carroll Simmons are believed to be here as well, and witnesses have described cold spots, doors that open and close by themselves, and moving objects.

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    1669 US 61
    Hastings, MN
    United States

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    44.72900728680579, -92.85182297251595
    Dakota County, Minnesota
    Nearest Towns:
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