Warden's House Museum - Real Haunted Place
This museum dates back to 1853 as the home of the Minnesota Territorial Prison warden and it is rumored to be haunted. Henry Wolfer was the last warden to live here, and his daughter Trudy got married and moved away. She died of appendicitis after she gave birth to her son, and her father raised the baby in the Warden's House. People have reported an entity of a woman with stomach pains in search of a baby and the sound of shoveling coal has been heard in the basement.
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