Milford Mine Disaster Site - Real Crosby Haunt
- Near Milford Lake
- Crosby, MN
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- (2 reviews)
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- Real Haunted Places, Real Haunted Nature & Outdoors (ie. Haunted Woods)
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- Yes - Open To Public
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A manganese mine, Milford Mine was flooded in February of 1924 when Foley Lake rose, killing 41 miners. The location is believed to be haunted by the ghosts of the miners who were killed or those who witnessed the incident.
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i got attacked by BABY!!!!!!!
I am a hunter for the paranormal and this baby trew a pixaxe at mine and i had to leave cause i saw the baby!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Posted 10/28/20
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poppopopopoppoopoppoopy good placyyyPosted 10/28/20
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