Malmstrom Air Force Base

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At the base chapel, a young bearded fur trader haunts the sanctuary. He often sits in the 7th pew holding a Bible, and drops it. The piano plays by itself, and the song of choice is said to be “All the Ends of the Earth.”

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Malmstrom Air Force Base
Great Falls, MT
United States

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47.51656015428645, -111.1844948529324
Cascade County, Montana
Nearest Towns:
Malmstrom Air Force Base, MT (0.8 mi.)
Gibson Flats, MT (4.4 mi.)
Black Eagle, MT (4.4 mi.)
Great Falls, MT (5.5 mi.)
Sand Coulee, MT (8.1 mi.)
Stockett, MT (11.1 mi.)
Sun Prairie, MT (13.9 mi.)
Belt, MT (15.1 mi.)
Ulm, MT (16.2 mi.)
Vaughn, MT (17.1 mi.)


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  1. Anthony Mihalovich  |  

    I work at malmstrom as a custodian and had several experiences including disembodied voices water turning on and off bathroom doors slamming with no one inside the restroom I also have a picture of an unknown entity captured on base in my car I tried to upload my pic but it said my file was too big. It’s an awesome pic

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