Grey Cloud Island - Real Haunt in St. Paul Park MN
- Grey Cloud Island
- St. Paul Park, MN
This island is a residential community that was named after a Native-American chief and it is believed to be quite haunted. People claim they have seen a phantom white pickup truck that tailgates local drivers, chasing them off the island. Other eerie occurrences that have reportedly taken place at this location include green orbs or clouds, which are attributed to the lantern of Chief Grey Cloud's ghost. The sounds of a screaming lady has also been reported in the cemetery.
Scariest Haunt I've been on!
You have to be careful going because they have video camera's now.
While in the cemetary we heard crying babies (there are grave sites of what must be still born babies). We also heard a young boy bouncing a ball and a man talking.
We also heard a gate "creak" open or shut. In which we went closer to the noise and it stopped but there was a gate there and it was shut.
As for the white truck. It never chased us but we seen it parked. Also seen a man approaching us with a lantern and he appeared to be headless. (Knew it was a man by the way he was dressed)
This was by far the scariest haunt sites I've been to in Minnesota.Posted 6/20/18
Haunted for sure
I've lived in St. Paul Park for 33 years. I know for fact that the Island is definitely haunted by very angry Native American spirits. My father was a pipe carrier and performed sweat lodge ceremonies and such. We talked about this before he died.Posted 8/27/17
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