Minnesota State Fairgrounds

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The Minnesota State Fairgrounds, according to some, is haunted by a ghost pig, or half-human, half-pig called the Pigman. Other reports say a small brown bird that nests here is believed to be a reincarnation of Wayne Murray, a maintenance man who died here in 1986. Also, the ghost of a blond man with a mustache has appeared near a building called the Bunker and on the grandstand roof during a rock concert.

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Geographic Information

W Dan Patch and Randall
St Paul, MN
United States

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44.9826916, -93.17499029999999
Ramsey County, Minnesota
Nearest Towns:
Falcon Heights, MN (0.7 mi.)
Roseville, MN (1.8 mi.)
Lauderdale, MN (1.9 mi.)
Saint Anthony, MN (3.4 mi.)
Minneapolis, MN (4.3 mi.)
Arden Hills, MN (4.8 mi.)
Saint Paul, MN (4.8 mi.)
Lilydale, MN (5.2 mi.)
Little Canada, MN (5.2 mi.)
West Saint Paul, MN (5.8 mi.)


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