Butte-Silver Bow County Courthouse

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For over a century this building has been said to be haunted by Miles Fuller, executed by hanging in 1906 for murdering a fellow prospector. Some say Fuller was innocent, so his restless spirit walks in the area at the back of the courthouse.

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Geographic Information

155 W Granite St
Butte-Silver Bow, MT
United States

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46.014772, -112.53856100000002
Silver Bow County, Montana
Nearest Towns:
Butte, MT (0.8 mi.)
Walkerville, MT (1.3 mi.)
Butte-Silver Bow (Balance), MT (9.7 mi.)
Anaconda, MT (20.9 mi.)
Basin, MT (22.1 mi.)
Whitehall, MT (23.4 mi.)
Boulder, MT (25.2 mi.)
Deer Lodge, MT (27.9 mi.)
Cardwell, MT (30.1 mi.)
Elkhorn, MT (33.6 mi.)


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