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Copper King Mansion

Copper King Mansion paranormal

Location submitted by: sdonley on 01/16/2011
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The Copper King Mansion is a 34-room Victorian mansion built from 1884 to 1888 as the Butte residence of William Andrews Clark, one of Montana's three famous "Copper Kings" who helped establish the fledgling Montana territory through their business ventur

219 W. Granite St.
Butte , MT 59701
Phone: (406) 782-7580
Open to the public: Unknown

http://www.thecopperkingmansion.com...

Lat: 46.014474
Lon: -112.540249

Database Summary:

Demographic Rank: 6
History: 1
Stories: 0
Claims: 5
Evidence: 0
Resources: 2
Retrievals: 5416
Vistor Rating: 4.5
Votes: 2

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The Copper King Mansion is a 34-room Victorian mansion built from 1884 to 1888 as the Butte residence of William Andrews Clark, one of Montana's three famous "Copper Kings" who helped establish the fledgling Montana territory through their business ventures.

The Copper King Mansion has been owned, operated and occupied by the Cote family for four generations. It is as much their heritage to preserve now as it was for the Clark family a century before. Recognizing the historical value of the mansion, the Cote family has endeavored to keep the home as close to its original state as possible. Solely funded by tours, bed and breakfast guests, and catered events, the Copper King Mansion remains the only privately owned mansion in Montana accessible to the public.

Added by: sdonley on 01/16/2011 DB#:49
Source(s):
http://www.thecopperkingmansion.com/


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Claim # Added Added By Claim
1120 01/17/2011 sdonley Cold spots reported throughout the building.
1121 01/17/2011 sdonley The feeling of being watched has been reproted by guests and staff members.
1122 01/17/2011 sdonley Some have reported seeing a misty apparition in the basement area of the house.
1123 01/17/2011 sdonley Doors have been said to open, close, lock and unlock on their own.
1124 01/17/2011 sdonley An old trunk was witnessed opening on its own.

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True Haunting of Copper King Mansion
Added: 01/17/2011 By: sdonley
Record on the True Hauntings of America website.
Examiner.com
Added: 01/17/2011 By: sdonley
Article by Lindsay Godfree about this location in the Examiner.com website.

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