Hotel Lincoln

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This historic log hotel was built in 1928, and is believed to be haunted by up to three apparitions. The first is a ghostly woman in a Victorian gown, who some believe to be a former prostitute. She has been seen in various rooms, hallways and staring down into the street. The second is a gold mine investor known by staff as Jack. The third are several ghostly children who roam an upstairs corridor, and who’s ghostly laughter is often heard. In Room #21, a strange spicy aroma has been smelt by some, while a candle stealing ghost haunts Room #17.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

101 Sleepy Hollows Lane
Lincoln, MT
United States

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46.95589008658049, -112.68163132663176
Lewis and Clark County, Montana
Nearest Towns:
Lincoln, MT (0.1 mi.)
Ovando, MT (21.7 mi.)
Marysville, MT (22.9 mi.)
Avon, MT (25.1 mi.)
Elliston, MT (29.7 mi.)
Drummond, MT (29.7 mi.)
Garrison, MT (30.5 mi.)
Helena Valley Northwest, MT (33.2 mi.)
Craig, MT (34.8 mi.)
Helena Valley West Central, MT (35.7 mi.)


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