Kempton Hotel

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The 1902 Kempton Hotel has an attic that was used to house overflow flu patients from the early 1900s flu epidemic, and one of the patients who died there is said to linger here in spirit. Her apparition wears a long white dress and appears in the attic or the attic stairs. Witnesses also describe china clinking and sounds of dinner being served in the closed restaurant, and transparent figures have shown up in photos. A guest reported that his doorknob rattling, and footsteps running down the corridor; workers have heard heavy furniture being dragged across empty rooms. Many other hauntings have been reported here as well.

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204 Spring St
Terry, MT 59349
United States

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46.7925169, -105.31187
Prairie County, Montana
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