Moorhead Railroad Tracks

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According to local legend, years ago a woman tried to jump onto a moving train but missed, and her body was dragged through the town. Her apparition is said to walk in the area with glowing red eyes.

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Geographic Information

Address:
12th and 20th
Moorhead, MN
United States

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GPS:
46.862935896763894, -96.74720084680303
County:
Clay County, Minnesota
Nearest Towns:
Moorhead, MN (1.2 mi.)
Fargo, ND (2.2 mi.)
Dilworth, MN (2.3 mi.)
Oakport, MN (5.0 mi.)
Prairie Rose, ND (5.2 mi.)
Briarwood, ND (5.8 mi.)
Frontier, ND (5.9 mi.)
North River, ND (6.6 mi.)
Reiles Acres, ND (7.0 mi.)
Sabin, MN (7.3 mi.)

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  1. This was actually my good friend’s mom. The story is actually real. She tried jumping on the train in down town Fargo and was tagged to that position in Moorhead. It was late at night so no one noticed until a little before that intersection of 12th ave and 20th st.

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