By M.P. Pellicer | Stranger Than Fiction Stories
It was one of the loneliest place on earth, 500 miles northwest of the port of Churchill on Hudson Bay. A whole tribe of Eskimos with their village in the Lake Angikuni country disappeared.
The ghost of Duck Pond in Jamaica, N.Y. had been sighted for many years. He'd been frightening people who saw him when he appeared like a "mournful shade from the treetops when there is a ring around the moon."
Mines, both mysterious and treacherous are believed by the men that work there to be haunted. Sometimes these apparitions try to give a warning of pending disaster, other times they lure the living to their doom. In Grant Town, West Virginia the Federal No. 1 mine operated from 1901 until 1985 and was said to be haunted by a Russian miner.
Stranger Than Fiction Stories by M.P. Pellicer