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What everyone needs to remember is that all of this land was the range of the Puyallup tribe. They would travel from mountain to sea with the herds. The old would go off on their own to sing their death song.
For years untold they sang along the trails. Is it any wonder that Puyallup South Hill Graham Eatonville is haunted?.
Submitted by C. Kithcart
Categories: tribe, sea, hill
I live in a older farm-looking house build in 1900 in the valley of Puyallup Washington. We've done research on the house and found that there was a couple of deaths inside of the home. Which explains the footsteps we constantly hear throughout the house.
We also have seen shadow figures in the house, we all see the same apparition of a tall man in an old military uniform.
Submitted by Alexx
Comment by Chris: How did you research your house to see about the deaths? I also live in Puyallup and have been trying to figure out how to do this.
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