Kleinschmidt House

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Private residence; please respect the owner’s privacy. The 1892 Victorian mansion is allegedly haunted by Mary Kleinschmidt, the original lady of the house, and her young son. Mary’s footsteps are heard, although she doesn’t concern herself with the living, and her son has been seen in the bedrooms. He is said to be blond and wears knickers-style pants popular in the 1800s.

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Geographic Information

1823 Highland Ave
Helena, MT
United States

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46.58294, -112.00765200000001
Lewis and Clark County, Montana
Nearest Towns:
Helena, MT (1.5 mi.)
East Helena, MT (4.4 mi.)
Helena Valley Southeast, MT (4.7 mi.)
Montana City, MT (4.7 mi.)
Helena West Side, MT (5.1 mi.)
Helena Valley West Central, MT (6.1 mi.)
Clancy, MT (8.2 mi.)
Helena Valley Northeast, MT (8.4 mi.)
Helena Valley Northwest, MT (10.4 mi.)
Jefferson City, MT (13.5 mi.)


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