This Wyoming Museum Is One Of The Most Haunted Spots In The Country
Some places seem to be more prone to hauntings than others. Museums are perfect examples. Spots where time stands still, they’re places filled with history and memories — and some of those memories are traumatic.
It could be that the back story behind the Heart Mountain Interpretive Center in Wyoming is the reason for its reputation as a hot-spot for paranormal activity. Constructed during World War II, it served as a prison camp. The heartbreak and trauma suffered by those incarcerated there undoubtedly left its mark. Many visitors experience a chilling, uneasy atmosphere at the museum, and some have reported frightening incidents.
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Have you had an eerie, haunting experience at the museum at Heart Mountain?
If you’d like to visit other haunted spots in the Cowboy State, you might want to check out these 7 Terrifying Places In Wyoming — they’re terrifying!