Enger Tower

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Rumours circulating around the Duluth area claim that in 1948, a man committed suicide by jumping off the 5th level of the tower head-first. He died on impact. The man’s corpse was found hours later, and the man was never identified. Over time, visitors to the park claim to see a man on the 5th level of the tower before entering the tower. When the person reaches the top, the man is gone.

(Submitted by Jaxon L)

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Geographic Information

Address:
Enger Tower Dr
Duluth, MN 55806
United States

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GPS:
46.7761911802245, -92.12487852564664
County:
St. Louis County, Minnesota
Nearest Towns:
Duluth, MN (1.0 mi.)
Superior, WI (4.0 mi.)
Proctor, MN (5.2 mi.)
Hermantown, MN (5.8 mi.)
Arnold, MN (7.4 mi.)
Superior Village, WI (8.3 mi.)
Oliver, WI (8.9 mi.)
Esko, MN (12.3 mi.)
Thomson, MN (15.1 mi.)
Scanlon, MN (15.1 mi.)

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  1. I believe it is true. For some reason whenever I am at the top I have a suicidal feeling. I am urged to jump off. My brother gets the same feeling.

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