Club Thirteen Bar

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This historic 1880’s building was refurbished in the early 1930’s, and was a former beer hall and bordello. All paranormal activity noted in the building has taken places in the second floor pool room. One of the original rooms of the 1880’s building. The aroma of perfume has been smelt, and women’s voices and laughter has been heard. Staff have heard disembodied footsteps hear, and seen shadowy figure watching them during the late night shifts.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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13 W Broadway St
Butte, Mt 59701
United States

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46.013906, -112.536358
Silver Bow County, Montana
Nearest Towns:
Butte, MT (0.7 mi.)
Walkerville, MT (1.4 mi.)
Butte-Silver Bow (Balance), MT (9.7 mi.)
Anaconda, MT (21.0 mi.)
Basin, MT (22.1 mi.)
Whitehall, MT (23.3 mi.)
Boulder, MT (25.2 mi.)
Deer Lodge, MT (28.0 mi.)
Cardwell, MT (30.0 mi.)
Elkhorn, MT (33.5 mi.)


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  1. I was here several years ago when out with a friend. At that time, you went upstairs to use the bathroom. There was a seating area with benches reminiscent of ladies’ fainting couches. When you leave the main floor, there is a definite shift in how you feel. The bartender actually let us take a peek at the storage room on the third floor, which was filled with old items. I had a strong impression on the second floor of past opium use, but have never been able to back that up with history. He told us that women had to drink on the second floor back when because they weren’t allowed on the first in the main saloon, only men were. Butte is amazing, and I wish they would restore, rather than remodel or tear down the historic buildings there.

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