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Grey Cloud Island - St. Paul Park MN Real Haunted Place

  • Grey Cloud Island
  • St. Paul Park, MN
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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.
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  • White truck is real-just local morons

    Hi there. A good friend of mine lives in New Port and often goes for drives on Grey Cloud. While innocently parked with her husband ( she didn't hear rumors of any haunting s at the time) by the fishing bridge, a white truck with two idiots driving pulled up behind them, put on ski masks and headed for their car. Of course they left.( They have seen the white "phantom truck" several times. I think its terrible that this so called wonderful little community condones such hostile and childish behavior of their residents. Taking it a bit far I think, Those jerks better be careful who's car they walk up on, especially wearing masks. Phantom white truck? What a joke .We may read about them haunting the island one day. For Pete's sake, its not a private island. There is a cemetery with peoples loved ones in it, that do not live on that God forsaken stinky river island. Family who may actually want to visit them. Not to mention those with native american heritage and lineage relating to it.Its a public island with fishing, and roads, and yes maybe some ghosts. Why shouldn't folks be allowed to enter. There should be a monthly paranormal group meeting on the island with all interested invited. What are they going to do when you're not using private land? Get more idiots with masks to threaten folks? You know, come to think of it, didn't the KKK used to don white masks???? Hmmmmmm, something to think about.Another thing. Who has video surveillance on public land? Who's doing the viewing?Is this a community voted thing by the residents? What are they hiding? Maybe The KKK from their secret meeting place? It just sounds strange to me.

    Posted 7/13/19

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  • Creepy

    We went during the day due to the web cams posted on the island now. The Cemetary is very quiet, and there is an overwhelming sense of sadness I attribute to all the lost children buried there. Unfortunately, equipment failure ruined our Evp sessions so we have to go back. At 2 different times my sister and I saw figures walk across the graveyard in the southeast corner. They walked about 6 steps and disappeared. We saw them at different times and had different personal experiences which we did not share until later. I'd love to go at night, but there were so many animals which ran in front of my car, I would be very worried I'd hit something. I almost hit a coyote as soon as I drove onto the island. Cool place overall.

    Posted 8/17/18

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    4 out of 4 found this review helpful

  • 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

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    4 out of 4 found this review helpful

  • 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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    7 out of 8 found this review helpful

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