Finding Minnesota: Sauk Centre’s ‘Paranormal’ Palmer House

Finding Minnesota: Sauk Centre’s ‘Paranormal’ Palmer House

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hotel-755819-mSAUK CENTRE, Minn. (WCCO) – Some businesses buy costumes, fake blood and dry ice, and declare themselves “haunted” for a few weeks each year. A hotel in central Minnesota, however, has mysterious happenings year-round, and there are no costumes.

The Palmer House in Sauk Centre draws paranormal investigators, psychics and even the Ghost Adventures team from the Travel Channel. It’s been called one of the most haunted places in the state.

Kelley Freese and her husband have owned it for more than a decade.

“What I consider scary and what you consider scary might be two entirely different things,” she said.

Freese is not scared by the spirits that are said to live there.

“I usually just refer to them as my unregistered guests,” she said.

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