John Hutchings Museum of Natural History - Lehi UT Real Haunts
This museum features many unique western artifacts including Native American relics, various weapons, including the gun used to commit the first murder in Lehi and famed outlaw Jack Slade's chair. Before it was a museum, the building operated as a library, jail, court and civic offices. Stories say there was an inmate suicide when the place was a jail, and that the inmate hanged himself. The original jail cells are still open to the public in the museum. Haunting reports here include EVPs that were captured, and several entities that are known to linger the building.
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