More Haunted Montana

Ghosthunter’s Guide to Haunted Places You Can Visit–if You Dare!

Want to bowl with the ghosts at a bowling alley in Anaconda? Explore a spooky mine near Helena? Have you ever slept with a ghost? At a bed and breakfast inn near Missoula, you might find yourself sharing your bed with the ghost of the former landlady! Thirsty? You re welcome to hoist a cold brew at a haunted bar in Billings. But if you do not believe in ghosts, then avoid one particular barstool or wear a hard hat! One of the resident spooks doesn’t care for scoffers. In More Haunted Montana, certified ghost hunter Karen Stevens once again focuses on haunted sites of historic interest that are open to the public. Just like she did for her first book, Haunted Montana, Stevens personally investigated each haunting and interviewed eyewitnesses to the paranormal sights and sounds. She describes the history behind the haunting, the specific phenomena, and the best way to maximize your chances of encountering the Other World. You ll find thirty-four spooky stories from all over the state, from the historic Bitterroot Valley to the starkly beautiful prairies of the east. Use this book as a travel guide to the supernatural or simply enjoy it as an entertaining narrative about Montana s most haunted places.