R.D Hubbard House Museum

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This historic mansion is currently operated as a museum by the Blue Earth County Historical Society, and staff claim that even after the building has closed down for the night, some still walk the halls of the old house. Visitors claim to have heard ghostly laughter, running footsteps in the hallways, and a strange mist that drifts from room to room of the house. In the main bedroom, staff claim to have seen a man in an old-fashioned suit sleeping quietly, who vanishes when approached. They speculate that this is the former builder and owner of the mansion.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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606 South Broad
Mankato, MN
United States

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44.1616278, -94.00487959999998
Blue Earth County, Minnesota
Nearest Towns:
Mankato, MN (0.3 mi.)
North Mankato, MN (1.6 mi.)
Skyline, MN (1.9 mi.)
Eagle Lake, MN (6.1 mi.)
Saint Clair, MN (9.1 mi.)
Kasota, MN (9.3 mi.)
Madison Lake, MN (9.8 mi.)
Garden City, MN (11.2 mi.)
Good Thunder, MN (11.3 mi.)
Lake Crystal, MN (11.3 mi.)


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  1. Spencer Simmons  |  

    I had a feeling that a dog that was once owed by the Hubbards went past my leg and my mom also had an experience with a spirit in the servent quarters

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