House of Screams - Zakos House

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Residents of this house in the 1930s reportedly heard extremely loud shrieks from somewhere inside the house. They tolerated it until 1956 when an exorcism was performed. In 1980 the haunt returned sometimes to scribble ghostly writing on the walls. The house has now been restored nicely, and the current owners do not experience any paranormal activity.

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    Geographic Information

    319 S. Fifth W.
    Missoula, MT
    United States

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    46.864724, -114.001308
    Missoula County, Montana
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