Golden Spike - Dove Creek Camp

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A former camp for Chinese laborers who built the country’s railroads in the 1800s, Dove Creek Camp is believed to be haunted. Witnesses have heard a phantom steam locomotive, voices speaking Chinese, and footsteps, and seen tiny lights like sparks on railroad tracks.

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Geographic Information

Address:
6200 North 22300th St W
Brigham City, UT 84302
United States

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GPS:
41.6193809, -112.54879219999998
County:
Box Elder County, Utah
Nearest Towns:
Howell, UT (13.3 mi.)
Thatcher, UT (14.1 mi.)
Tremonton, UT (20.8 mi.)
Elwood, UT (21.6 mi.)
Garland, UT (21.7 mi.)
Bear River City, UT (21.8 mi.)
Corinne, UT (23.2 mi.)
Riverside, UT (23.7 mi.)
Honeyville, UT (24.3 mi.)
Deweyville, UT (24.5 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.nps.gov/gosp

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  1. My friends and I use to go hunting in the area tell one night in mid January after a of hunting we made camp along the old rail line ( most of its now gone all that Is left Is the path way) and around mid night or so didn’t get a good look at the time but you could here a train coming down a line thinking nothing of it for the new line ain’t to far away but in a few the train was getting closer and you could tell it was not a new train but an older one then we could hear the sound of people horses hammers and foot steps all around us this lasted for what felt like hours then we heard some one say all aboard then the train started off and faded off toward promatory point when we got out the tents at first light after spending the night with guns by our sides ( don’t know why what they going to do to a ghost) we found no signs from anything we heard the night before to this day we still hunt the place but never stay after dark

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