Western Mining and Railroad Museum - Real Haunted Place
- 294 S. Main St.
- Helper, UT
- (435) 472-3009
This historical building dates back to 1914 and was once a hotel. A woman's apparition wearing an old-fashioned dress has been spotted here on the third floor staircase, and a phantom piano player has been heard (but never seen) in the mining room.
I do not see ghost but I often sense there emotion imprint, does that make sense. Then as my mind slows down and it is quiet I can start to like know things. I was upstairs in the museum when I sensed strong emotion. (in south west section of the building. As I was able to sort things out in my mind there seemed to have been a young women who had died and I believe it was from a influenza. It has been several years since I was in Helper. I am sure I have the visit in a diary I should see if I can find it. May be I can add more to this. I often have to get away from haunting like this for they can be disturbing, I did not stay long. The whole town has a lot of strong vibes; interesting place to visit but I would not like to live there. Can anyone verify what I felt?Posted 3/26/20
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