Haunted Places in Toole County, Montana

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    Tamerack Apartments

    Conrad, Montana

    35.4 miles from Toole County, MT

    The building was a former historic hospital, and was abandoned for a period of time before being refurbished as apartments. Screams come out of unoccupied apartments, and residents have seen glowing apparitions flying through the hallways of the apartment block. An evil entity is also believed to reside here, and ...

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    Suds and Grub Bar

    Power, Montana

    64.9 miles from Toole County, MT

    This establishment is believed to be haunted by the apparition of a woman. She was been known to smash windows and throw objects around. (Submitted by Callum Swift)

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    Highway 87 - Montana

    Carter, Montana

    69.1 miles from Toole County, MT

    The ghost of a Native American has been known to wander the highway between Great Falls and Fort Benton. One eyewitness said a man appeared suddenly in the road, and her car struck him with a loud thump. When she got out of her car thinking she had hurt someone, ...

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    William T. Ogden House - Stirling Haunted Mansion

    Stirling, Alberta

    69.4 miles from Toole County, MT

    Stirling Haunted Mansion is a privately owned home that's been a popular locale for ghost tours. Owners have reported electrical anomalies as well as several apparitions of a little girl, a teen girl, and an older lady and gentleman. The older man is believed to be William, the original owner, ...

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    Grand Union Hotel

    Fort Benton, Montana

    74.8 miles from Toole County, MT

    The Grand Union Hotel, built in 1882, is home to several ghosts. Legend has it that a drunken cowhand once rode his horse into the hotel and up the main staircase before he was shot and killed by the bar manager. Phantom hoofbeats have been heard on the staircase. Another ...

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    Hitchhiker of Black Horse Lake

    Floweree, Montana

    75.6 miles from Toole County, MT

    Folks who live nearby will tell of a different sort of hitchhiking ghost. Along this stretch of Highway 87, the transient Native American's spirit will bump up onto drivers' windshields as if he has been hit. He has long black hair and wears denim. When you get out to check ...