Marie Schmidt-Bremer House

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This house is known in these parts because it belonged to Marie Schmidt-Bremer, the daughter of Schmidt Brewing Company founder Jacob Schmidt. She and her husband Adolf Bremer had a son, Edward, who was kidnapped in 1934 by the Karpis-Barker gang. The house is haunted by an apparition of a brown-haired woman in a long white dress. Folks have also heard the sound of someone invisible using the stairs.

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Geographic Information

855 7th St W
St Paul, MN
United States

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44.930164, -93.12387999999999
Ramsey County, Minnesota
Nearest Towns:
Lilydale, MN (1.0 mi.)
West Saint Paul, MN (1.5 mi.)
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Sunfish Lake, MN (4.3 mi.)
Falcon Heights, MN (4.7 mi.)
South Saint Paul, MN (5.1 mi.)
Roseville, MN (5.5 mi.)
Lauderdale, MN (6.2 mi.)


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