Greater Kent Historical Society - Bereiter House

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The historic house museum was built in 1907 for the town mayor and his wife, and was leased to the local historical society in 1996. Ever since, visitors and staff have reported various strange occurrences, including objects being moved around by unseen hands, cold spots, ghostly voices and the unexplained sound of bells.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

855 East Smith Street
Kent, WA
United States

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47.383536, -122.22441550000002
King County, Washington
Nearest Towns:
Kent, WA (0.5 mi.)
East Hill-Meridian, WA (3.0 mi.)
Lakeland North, WA (4.2 mi.)
Lea Hill, WA (4.4 mi.)
Des Moines, WA (4.8 mi.)
Covington, WA (5.1 mi.)
Auburn, WA (5.3 mi.)
Fairwood, WA (5.5 mi.)
SeaTac, WA (5.5 mi.)
Federal Way, WA (5.9 mi.)


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