Waukegan, Illinois Ghost Pictures

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Waukegan once was an early morning bustling waterway. Boat and ship traffic always moving in and out of the harbor. Often Mr. Mathon was taking out his tug to catch fish for his restaurant or to help with shipping traffic.
Many early morning spring and summer fishermen would witness his tug moving out of the waterway between the coast guard pier and the Saginaw Plant at the beach. He would always sound his horn while moving out to the big Lake Michigan water.
Times changed and the restaurant closed and the tug and its captain moved on.  some mornings though, summer fishermen, will swear they see his tug in the early morning fog and hear his tug's horn sound as it disappears out of the channel to go fishing in the deep waters of the Gitchugumee.
But that is another Waukegan story, for another time... - Ghost picture submitted by Bob

Comment by anonymous:
I remember hearing about this.

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