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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Geographic Information

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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