The Blue Lady of Kane Cemetery

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Kane is a sort of ghost town about 10 miles west of Lovell. It has no residents, but a few building foundations remain. When the Yellowtail Reservoir water level is low, the old town’s remains and the historic cemetery can be seen. The Blue Lady who haunts this cemetery is a glowing specter who is said to look beautiful from far away but ugly close up. According to local legend, she had an abusive husband who was the cause of her children drowning. Her ghost lingers in search of her children.

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Geographic Information

44.8841200000 -108.2095600000
United States

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44.88413604703506, -108.20919942882028
Big Horn County, Wyoming
Nearest Towns:
Lovell, WY (9.4 mi.)
Cowley, WY (12.7 mi.)
Byron, WY (15.8 mi.)
Deaver, WY (19.0 mi.)
Frannie, WY (21.0 mi.)
Garland, WY (23.3 mi.)
Greybull, WY (28.3 mi.)
Powell, WY (28.3 mi.)
Shell, WY (32.0 mi.)
Burlington, WY (32.1 mi.)


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