Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art

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This historic museum was a former school, and staff working late hours have reported hearing disembodied voices, the jangling of keys and seeing the apparition of a young girl with blonde hair floating through the basement.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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1400 First Avenue North
Great Falls, Montana
United States

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47.5059409, -111.282576
Cascade County, Montana
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  1. Phalon Evergreen  |  

    I captured this photo two or three years ago in the attic of this museum and only today noticed the two apparitions. I am stunned and now officially believe in ghosts.

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