Sperry Chalet

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This historic chalet was built in 1913, and is haunted by at least three apparitions. The first is of the son of the former owner, who has appeared to guests and staff on various occasions. The second is a poltergeist, who has been know to move objects around and speak to guests. Recently, guests began reporting sighting a man in hiking gear walking through the hallways who vanished around corners. The origin of that particular haunting is as of yet unknown.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Gunsight Trail Pass
West Glacier, MT
United States

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48.60492083603925, -113.78631877872976
Flathead County, Montana
Nearest Towns:
West Glacier, MT (11.4 mi.)
Coram, MT (17.6 mi.)
Martin City, MT (18.7 mi.)
Hungry Horse, MT (19.7 mi.)
Babb, MT (23.8 mi.)
Columbia Falls, MT (24.2 mi.)
East Glacier Park Village, MT (28.0 mi.)
Whitefish, MT (28.6 mi.)
Starr School, MT (29.5 mi.)
Waterton Park, AB (31.3 mi.)


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