The Pollard Hotel

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Much of the reported activity revolves around the third floor with many of the claims taking place in rooms 309-312. There are a variety of claims that generally revolve around people “feeling” odd, dizzy or light-headed or oppressed. People have reported seeing a woman in a yellow dress haunting the hallways.

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    Geographic Information

    Address:
    2 N Broadway Ave
    Red Lodge, Mt 59068
    United States

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    GPS:
    45.187167561610266, -109.24666411177827
    County:
    Carbon County, Montana
    Nearest Towns:
    Red Lodge, MT (0.1 mi.)
    Bearcreek, MT (4.7 mi.)
    Belfry, MT (12.2 mi.)
    Roberts, MT (12.5 mi.)
    Roscoe, MT (16.5 mi.)
    Bridger, MT (17.8 mi.)
    Boyd, MT (20.6 mi.)
    Fromberg, MT (21.8 mi.)
    Joliet, MT (24.6 mi.)
    Absarokee, MT (24.9 mi.)

    Contact Information

    Web:
    http://www.thepollard.com/

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    1. I had a friend that worked there for awhile. We went around the hotel basement at night, and I will not do that again. While we were down there we heard someone start hitting a ball in the racquetball courts, which were all dark and closed for the night. Also, while we were looking down a hallway, a light came on in one of the maintenance rooms down the hall, which was locked. We had enough at that point and did not investigate the top floors where the other experiences tend to focus, but the basement was spooky. He said that a lot of cleaning staff have experiences on the third floor.

    2. I was attacked while staying there with my husband about 15 years ago, it is hard to explain, but I felt accosted all night long by evil. Couldn’t wait till morning to get the heck out!!!

    3. My wife and I, and two other couples stayed here June, 2019. We towed our motorcycles to Red Lodge to ride Beartooth. My wife got creeped out the last night we were there because the closet was open. She asked me the next morning if I had opened it and I told her no. I went to breakfast, she got ready. She came down with our friends and I went back to the room to pack and leave. I opened the closet, bumped the hangers in the closet as I was taking out the clothing that was in there. I took the clothes to the bags on the bed, packed them, and went into the room to pick up other clothes to pack and walked to the other side of the bed to pack them. The entire time, the hangers were settling and getting quieter and slower. All of a sudden, it was like someone slapped the hangers as hard as they could and they were extremely noisy and shaking again. I’ve never believed in ghosts, but do now and wasn’t ready to leave!

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