Dry Creek Cemetery

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Urban legend has it that if you go to the cemetery’s edge near the canal at night any time past 2:15 a.m., you can hear a ghost horse running along the canal bank.

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    9600 Hill Rd
    Boise, ID
    United States

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    43.691825, -116.30589399999997
    Ada County, Idaho
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    1. Yes I believe it, My husbands brother is buried right by there, he was 16 when he died in 1958, and my husband and I rode horses by there for years.

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