Georgetown, Idaho Ghost Sightings
A person may think that there's nothing extraordinary with reference to Georgetown, Idaho, but this settlement is ruled by the undead after dusk. Tables dance around, shrieks coming from the darkness. Doubters don't have faith in the local ghost stories, but if you have the guts to stay overnight in Georgetown, you could witness a ghost for yourself.
These are some of the spooky things that have happened in nearby cities and towns.
Thatcher 23 miles away: Thatcher Elementary: many employees and students along with many community members know there is a ghost haunting the school. Doors will end up swinging open randomly after they have been shut and loc...|
Cokeville 23 miles away: On the west side of Cokeville there is a small addition to the town called ''west side'' it is several houses built on the hill overlooking the valley. Further up the mountain the is an old Indian bur...
Fish_Haven 23 miles away: My mom grew up in Fish Haven and says that in the hills above Fish Haven, north of Fish Haven cemetery, there is a grove of trees. She says her and her friends were playing there one time and they sto...
Grace 25 miles away: About 10 miles southwest of Grace there is an old Victorian-type house on the banks of the Bear River. No one has lived there for 20 years and there is no power to the house, but on most nights you ca...
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Thatcher, Idaho, 23 miles away
Cokeville, Wyoming, 23 miles away
Fish Haven, Idaho, 23 miles away
Geneva, Idaho, 25 miles away
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