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These ant ven a quarter of the experiences I have heard. Growling as you walk past the old tavern. Footsteps following you. People have claimed an uneasy feeling in the town. Think about the lives lost in building the train tunnels.
There use to be over a thousand people here. There was a hospital on the South Hill. In the homes below many paranormal experiences. The list is long and growing.
Submitted by Susan
Categories: girls, footsteps, park, hospital, train
I recently rather by happenstance moved to Kahlotus, WA. Yes, I know.. Lotus in Kahlotus.. It sounds planned, but no, I prefer towns of more than 1 / 2 a horse! ;) in the town of 218 (respectively) , and the town soda machine being the only ''mini mart'', the young folks spend a lot of time walking around (after the pool closes for the summer, yes, a swimming pool, but no store) metabolizing the large amounts of sugar and caffeine. The ''train tunnel'' is just outside the city limits to the south, and more than one teen has reported sightings to me, knowing I am a writer, and that I love the para-normal. Every single young person talks about it being freezing cold in the middle of summer. Anyone that knows the Eastern Washington wheat country, which Kahlotus is right in the middle of, knows it barely gets below 100 degrees f, even at night, until about September.
The townsfolk also have agreeing stories of legend regarding the workers that were buried in the tunnel at various stages. As I've lived all over Eastern Washington state, I know that Chinese workers were abundant around the time of hydro-electric power taking over the big rivers, especially the Columbia. One of my personal favorite haunts is the town of ruby in Okanogan county. I have personal accounts of apparitions up there. Perhaps I will post that as well in it's rightful place.. But I can tell you that even though I've not yet been to the train tunnel (I am a wheelchair user and cannot get there by 4by, normally I try by horse, but as previously state, we do not have one here ;) ).|
But my daughter has been inside day and night, and has emerged positively spooked. Regarding the Chinese workers, local legend has it that not only were they blown up, but were often killed during the construction and as is commonplace when building railroad tunnels or dams, construction does not halt, bodies are consumed by the project. I am told there is a Pioneer cemetery at the top of the hill above the railroad tunnel, and once I've visited there, I will post again. In the meantime, I can attest to the fact that indeed the tunnel has a great deal of para or sub normal activity. If you can actually find Kahlotus ;) give the tunnel a visit! It would be cool to learn of others' experience, especially with investigative gear!.
Submitted by Lotus
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