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Reeder’s Alley, Helena

Reeder’s Alley, Helena



Location of Reeder’s Alley:

Reeder’s Alley is located on the southwest corner of downtown Helena. It is the only historically intact area of the city. It is at 101 Reeder’s Alley in Helena.

About Reeder’s Alley:

Reeder’s Alley is a creepy place. In 1864, it was a cozy little town with a few cabins that were built by the first miners to the area. The gold rush brought a rowdier crowd into the area and as gold declined, the area experienced some violence and social problems. According to Helena, MT locals, an old woman who lived in Reeder’s Alley conned some of the miners out of their gold and then ruthlessly killed them. The woman was able to escape before the vigilantes could inflict justice on her.

Since that time there have been some unexplained deaths and murders in Reeder’s Alley, leaving locals somewhat wary of the place.

Ghosts of Reeder’s Alley:

Today, a group of men in the area heard some shrieks and moans coming from inside an cabin at Reeder’s Alley. They broke into the cabin only to find the place completely empty. The cries had stopped abruptly.

Other Related Haunts:

If Reeder’s Alley and haunts associated with the gold rush are interesting to you, you  might also enjoy reading about Gold Camp Road in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The haunted tunnels around Gold Camp Road were used to transport gold between Colorado Springs and Cripple Creek during the mining and prospecting days.

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101 Reeder’s Alley Helena MT Montana United States




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