Kendrick Mansion - Trail End

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Now a museum, this 1913 house used to be the residence of John B. Kendrick and family. Surveillance cameras are said to pick up ghostly images in the rooms. But when the police investigate in person, no one is ever found. The apparitions seem only to show up on camera.

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400 Clarendon Ave
Sheridan WY 82801
United States

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44.8015927, -106.96601120000003
Sheridan County, Wyoming
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  1. Izabella Carbert  |  

    I have been to Kendrick Mansion lots of times and my mom used to work there. Every time I go there either a chair rocks by itself or music plays on its own. My mom has also seen figures standing in rooms. I think this place is haunted.

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