Old Highway 83

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Different witnesses have reported seeing two young girls playing in the middle of the highway late at night. They wear flowing white dresses and are bathed in a glowing light.

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Geographic Information

Address:
State Highway 83
Shelby, IA 51570 ‎
United States

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GPS:
41.48406170000001, -95.4942562
County:
Pottawattamie County, Iowa
Nearest Towns:
Minden, IA (2.8 mi.)
Shelby, IA (3.2 mi.)
Neola, IA (6.7 mi.)
Persia, IA (7.6 mi.)
Tennant, IA (8.1 mi.)
Avoca, IA (8.1 mi.)
Hancock, IA (9.4 mi.)
Bentley, IA (9.9 mi.)
Corley, IA (10.7 mi.)
Portsmouth, IA (11.6 mi.)

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  1. We live in Hastings Ia and there’s this creepy house and we think it’s haunted we saw a girl with a long flowing white dress and she had long black hair covering her face and were scared she’s fallowing us. Help Please!

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