On Tuesday, The Hill published an article titled “Table Mountain Casino Could Become ‘The Most Surprising Casino Ever,’ Study Says” by Jessica Kourkounis and Jeffrey Kogan, titled “The Table Mountain Casino could become ‘The One With the Most Surreal Las Vegas Stories.’
The casino’s stories may not be all the story, however.”
The story was part of an article called “The most surprising casino ever” by Kourl and Kogan that was published by the Washington Post in October of 2016.
The story described a casino that was the “first major American casino to have its own real-life ghost.”
The table mountain, or Table Mountain in its native Montana, has a reputation for being haunted by an elderly man who would stay in his home for decades.
The owner of the resort, the owner of its casino, has told the Post that the man has been living in the house for almost half a century.
According to the Post article, when the man died in 2002, the resort closed its doors and turned over the management of the property to the Montana National Guard, which in turn transferred the property back to the owners.
However, a series of lawsuits in Montana filed by the estate of the man led to the resort being closed down in January of 2018.