Highway 87 - Montana

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The ghost of a Native American has been known to wander the highway between Great Falls and Fort Benton. One eyewitness said a man appeared suddenly in the road, and her car struck him with a loud thump. When she got out of her car thinking she had hurt someone, no one was there. But when she got back in and looked out her rear-view mirror, she saw him walking along the highway again as if nothing had happened.

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Geographic Information

Address:
Highway 87
Great Falls MT
United States

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GPS:
47.765395426536365, -111.01074028032599
County:
Chouteau County, Montana
Nearest Towns:
Carter, MT (2.7 mi.)
Highwood, MT (16.2 mi.)
Fort Benton, MT (16.3 mi.)
Malmstrom Air Force Base, MT (19.7 mi.)
Black Eagle, MT (20.8 mi.)
Great Falls, MT (22.8 mi.)
Gibson Flats, MT (23.2 mi.)
Sand Coulee, MT (26.3 mi.)
Loma, MT (26.3 mi.)
Belt, MT (26.5 mi.)

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