Haunted Marysville, Montana

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Ghost towns aren’t necessarily haunted, but this one sure is. The haunted Julian House’s Dark Hall produces loud crashes throughout the night, with nary a thing out of place come morning. Phantoms of the Red House are said to wield talons in the sensation of a surprise attack on terrified victims. Locals still hear gunshots said to echo a family murder more than a century ago. The Dark Cabin stands as the most rumored haunt in town, and the Demon Troll of Aspen Way terrifies dogs and people alike. Local author Vince Moravek recounts the frightening and mysterious sides of Marysville.
ISBN: 9781467145480
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: Montana
Series: Haunted America
Images: 54
Pages: 160
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
After twenty years working in acute medical care, Vince Moravek escaped humid climes and steady employment for the wonders of Montana as a freelance writer, artist and cartoonist (latter most known for the five-year run of Zink in Helena’s Queen City News). Since 2016 an accidental resident of Marysville, he ran the Snowline History Museum, established the Marysville Dispatch as a modest resurrection of the newspapers of old and is involved in local historic preservation efforts.
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