Atlas Tube

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Atlas Tube is a steel mill that is rumored to be haunted by a 1990 worker who died when he lost control of a batch of steel tubes and was crushed. Late-night employees have seen a ghostly man leaning on the racks in Warehouse 3. He disappears when anyone gets too close, leaving only a cold spot.

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200 Clark Street
Harrow, ON
N0R 1G0, Canada

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42.04076269999999, -82.92386820000002
Essex County
Nearest Towns:
Harrow, ON (0.6 mi.)
Colchester, ON (4.0 mi.)
Mcgregor, ON (7.9 mi.)
Kingsville, ON (8.9 mi.)
Amherstburg, ON (9.9 mi.)
Essex, ON (10.3 mi.)
Cottam, ON (11.0 mi.)
Grosse Ile, MI (12.9 mi.)
Gibraltar, MI (14.1 mi.)
Trenton, MI (14.7 mi.)


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  1. Dont know how true your story is But the man you are reffering to was my best friend Jim Thompson That Morning when the shift Started the afternoon shift left a Bunch of Bundles on the line cause their were no Room in the Warhouses > we found room in Bay 1 so Jim and i Proceeded to start slinging the chains and hoisting up the steel and Proceed down Bay 1 the bell on the Mill Rang starting up the Mill and telling us to Man our Posts i was about 30 second s away from being under that steel myself simply put if that bell had not went off i would have been under that steel aswell the trigger in the remote to the overhead crane had clicked on and off causing Jim to lose control of the bundles and as they spun around in the bay they moved forward clipping the bundles already stacked and they ripped off the straps that were on the other bundles that came crashing down upon him 3000 pounds of steel hit him and as fast as we tried to get the steel off of him he was already dead this was a man that you would never have thought would have died this way Next Month Marks the 19 anniversary to this Tragedy theirs not a day that goes by where i don t see my friend lying in bay 1 lifeless

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