Montgomery House - Real Haunts in Kalama WA
The Montgomery house was the subject of a paranormal investigation, titled "Montgomery House: The Perfect Haunting." In the film investigators claim to have discovered thousands of bones beneath the bed & breakfast. The bones are believed to belong to native Americans who died of diseases brought by white settlers. Disembodied voices, apparitions and high levels of electronic voice phenomena were recorded on the property.
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I was the Lead Investigator, seen in the documentary about Montgomery house. The investigation team next said anything about bones being found. The owners at the time said they found bones, but could not identify them as either animal or human. Please retract your statement where you say that the investigators found bones. .Posted 8/31/19
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I slept in the house both Friday and Saturda as it is now the residence of my future bride. Nothing other that road noise and cold temperatures Posted 3/4/19
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