Fairweather Inn

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Fairweather Inn, formerly the 1800s Anaconda Hotel and Saloon, is said to be home to some ghostly children. Rumor has it that the ghost children visit guests who are staying on the first floor with their children. Witnesses also describe footsteps, whispers, the rustling of old-fashioned dresses, and doors that open and close on their own. Room 10 is reportedly popular with the spirit set.

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305 Wallace St
Virginia City, MT 59755
United States

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45.29334368730865, -111.94707083697722
Madison County, Montana
Nearest Towns:
Virginia City, MT (0.1 mi.)
Alder, MT (8.1 mi.)
Ennis, MT (11.2 mi.)
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Harrison, MT (29.2 mi.)
Dillon, MT (34.0 mi.)
Cardwell, MT (39.1 mi.)

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  1. I stayed in Fairweather Inn 4 years ago with an ex boyfriend and it was like a horror movie! Clowns covered the street here in front of the hotel. I couldent sleep because something kept dropping what seems like a bowling ball on the ground right next of the bed all night and someone kept shaking the door nob. I could see someone walking in front of our door all night.

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