If you and your friends want to go on a paranormal adventure in Montana, you need to check this out.


Montana is full of creepy old rundown buildings, and some of them are known to be haunted. If the thought of staying overnight in one of those places doesn't frighten you, then you need to know about Chilling Paranormal Overnights.

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What is Chilling Paranormal Overnights?

Chilling Paranormal Overnights is a Montana-based company that was created by people who love the paranormal and people who are curious about it. The group hosts live hunts and overnight paranormal investigations at various locations in Montana every year.

Locations for 2023 were just released, and if you're interested, you have quite a few options this year. The first overnight paranormal stay announced this year is at the Old St. James Hospital in Butte, Montana on April 14, but you can also book an overnight stay on May 19 and June 22. Other locations in Butte include the World Mining MuseumDumas Brothel, and Myra Brothel & Cabbage Patch. The old Montana State Prison in Deer Lodge and Gunslinger Gulch in Anaconda have also been confirmed for 2023.


Here's How to Get Tickets

Tickets for paranormal investigations in April, May, and June go on sale on February 1. Pricing varies depending on location and group size. For more information, click here. If you're ready to get locked down and stay overnight in one of Montana's haunted locations, you need to get your tickets fast. The overnight stays are very popular and usually sell out quickly.

Man on rocking chair in a dirty old room

You can get all of the details on the Chilling Paranormal Overnights website, or by calling (480)-686-1187.

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