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3300 London Rd, Duluth, MN  On the night of June 26th, 1977, an intruder entered the Glensheen Mansion from a billiard room window. Encountering the night nurse on the way to Elizabeth’s bedroom, the intruder threw the nurse down the stairs and then clubbed her to death with a candlestick. The intruder found the 83-year-old owner of Glensheen Mansion, Elizabeth Congdon, in bed. Using a pink satin pillow, the intruder suffocated her.

3300 London Rd, Duluth, MN On the night of June 26th, 1977, an intruder entered the Glensheen Mansion from a billiard room window. Encountering the night nurse on the way to Elizabeth’s bedroom, the intruder threw the nurse down the stairs and then clubbed her to death with a candlestick. The intruder found the 83-year-old owner of Glensheen Mansion, Elizabeth Congdon, in bed. Using a pink satin pillow, the intruder suffocated her.

Duluth Glensheen Mansion The Glensheen story is one of the most complex and interesting hauntings we have researched to date.   Chester Congdon built the house, which was finished in 1908 (and appraised at that time as being worth $865,000).  Chester's daughter, Elizabeth inherited the house, and after her death it was turned over to the University of Minnesota. Through the years, it has been kept in pristine condition, and in many opinion

Duluth Glensheen Mansion The Glensheen story is one of the most complex and interesting hauntings we have researched to date. Chester Congdon built the house, which was finished in 1908 (and appraised at that time as being worth $865,000). Chester's daughter, Elizabeth inherited the house, and after her death it was turned over to the University of Minnesota. Through the years, it has been kept in pristine condition, and in many opinion

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