Chateau De Mores

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Once the home of Marquis de Mores and his wife Medora, the historic chateau is open for tours, but guests may see more than its original furnishings. The chateau is said to be haunted by a female apparition and some strange lights that come on when no one is in the building. Uneasy feelings and cold spots also have been reported by visitors.

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    Geographic Information

    3426 Chateau Rd
    Medora, ND 58645
    United States

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    46.91243207130351, -103.5346630920044
    Billings County, North Dakota
    Nearest Towns:
    Medora, ND (0.5 mi.)
    Sentinel Butte, ND (14.4 mi.)
    Belfield, ND (15.9 mi.)
    Beach, ND (22.2 mi.)
    Golva, ND (24.6 mi.)
    South Heart, ND (25.9 mi.)
    Wibaux, MT (31.2 mi.)
    Amidon, ND (31.4 mi.)
    Dickinson, ND (35.2 mi.)
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