The Oldest Hotel In Minnesota Is Also One Of The Most Haunted Places You’ll Ever Sleep
By Betsy Rathburn|Published January 09, 2019
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If you’ve lived in Minnesota for a while, you may be familiar with many of the state’s most famous haunted places. From the Palmer House Hotel in Sauk Centre to Forepaugh’s in St. Paul – not to mention the many other haunted roads, graveyards, and cemeteries throughout the state – there are plenty of spooky spots throughout the Land of 10,000 Lakes. Today, we add one more to the list. The oldest hotel in Minnesota might just be one of the most haunted places you’ll ever sleep. Read on to learn about the Anderson House Hotel: