Conrad Mansion Museum

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The 1895 Conrad Mansion Museum is haunted, say those in the know. The ghosts here are Charles Conrad himself, who died in 1902 in his bedroom, and his wife Lettie, who died in the same bed in 1923. Other spirits are thought to linger here as well, and witnesses have reported all manner of ghostly activity.

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    330 Woodland Ave
    Kalispell, MT 59901
    United States

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    48.1971117, -114.30262110000001
    Flathead County, Montana
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    1. I was there taking a regular tour, and I saw a rocking chair move as if someone was in it! A couple others saw it too, and i was freaked out.

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