Le Sueur County Historical Society Museum

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Some odd things have been reported at this museum: disembodied voices, a typewriter and a record player that worked by themselves, and a service bell that rang on its own.

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301 NE 2nd St
Elysian, MN 56028
United States

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44.20092867224868, -93.67379719027667
Le Sueur County, Minnesota
Nearest Towns:
Elysian, MN (0.2 mi.)
Waterville, MN (5.4 mi.)
Janesville, MN (6.1 mi.)
Madison Lake, MN (7.0 mi.)
Kilkenny, MN (9.2 mi.)
Eagle Lake, MN (10.6 mi.)
Morristown, MN (11.5 mi.)
Cleveland, MN (11.8 mi.)
Waseca, MN (11.9 mi.)
Saint Clair, MN (12.3 mi.)


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  1. I managed this museum for 12 yrs, I experienced many events there, sounds, being touched, objects moving before my eyes, artifacts moved while no one was there. doors opening. my name being called. paranormal investigators came numerous times when I needed help with good and evil spirits. countless visitors and staff shared these experiences.

  2. I am looking for information regarding a possible death at Roemhildt’s lake. I have a strong psychic connection to an area of the lake and I want to know its history. I believe it occurred in the mid or late 1800’s, to a female. Please respond!

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