Yogo Inn

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This motel was a former train depot, and many guests staying here have reported ghostly experiences. Staff have reportedly seen a woman in period clothing while cleaning rooms, and a shadowy apparition pacing the dining room of the building. The ghost of a former chef is known to throw pots and pans around, and guests have also reported smelling perfume and other strange aromas when there is no one around.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

211 East Main Street
Lewiston, MT
United States

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47.06679980000001, -109.4211009
Fergus County, Montana
Nearest Towns:
Lewistown, MT (0.4 mi.)
Lewistown Heights, MT (1.6 mi.)
Moore, MT (14.4 mi.)
Hobson, MT (21.9 mi.)
Roy, MT (28.3 mi.)
Grass Range, MT (29.2 mi.)
Denton, MT (30.3 mi.)
Judith Gap, MT (31.1 mi.)
Winifred, MT (34.0 mi.)
Stanford, MT (38.0 mi.)


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