Plum Creek Pits

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Locals say a little boy’s ghost appears at this popular fishing spot. Some say the boy was once accidentally impaled by a stick when he fell while running nearby. The ghost has been seen walking along the bank of the pit.

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Geographic Information

Address:
Off 240th Street
Algona, Iowa
United States

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GPS:
43.11083920798683, -94.20714665211483
County:
Kossuth County, Iowa
Nearest Towns:
Algona, IA (3.1 mi.)
Burt, IA (6.0 mi.)
Sexton, IA (6.3 mi.)
Irvington, IA (7.2 mi.)
Saint Benedict, IA (8.8 mi.)
Lone Rock, IA (9.6 mi.)
Wesley, IA (11.1 mi.)
Whittemore, IA (11.6 mi.)
Titonka, IA (12.1 mi.)
Bancroft, IA (12.6 mi.)

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