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  Gebo, WY was an old mining town back in the day. And the area was sometimes covered with smug from the mines. The children and babies would get sick and eventually die. The cemetery still resides and the buildings are breaking down.
Gebo is located across Kirby, WY. The people whom live in Thermopolis, WY go up to Gebo to ride their dirt bikes or practice shooting. But at night they choose not to go for it is haunted. It is said that coal miners are
    seen by the mines, and by the cemetery you can see apparitions of the women who took care of the sick children.
In the withering buildings you can
hear babies women and men crying out. At dark it's a nightmare.
Submitted by Akeyla

       Categories: miners, cemetery, man

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Pavillion 26 miles away: When the high school was located between Morton and Kinnear a group of us snuck into the school on Halloween night. As we played hide and seek in the school strange things began to happen. First the s...

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