Fountain Lake

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At Fountain Lake, witnesses say, the ghost of a Native American woman who drowned here can be heard screaming late at night.

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Fountain Lake
Delano, MN
United States

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45.0425775, -93.8865457
Wright County, Minnesota
Nearest Towns:
Montrose, MN (2.0 mi.)
Waverly, MN (4.2 mi.)
Delano, MN (4.8 mi.)
Watertown, MN (5.8 mi.)
Rockford, MN (8.1 mi.)
Independence, MN (8.8 mi.)
Buffalo, MN (9.0 mi.)
Howard Lake, MN (9.2 mi.)
Winsted, MN (9.6 mi.)
Greenfield, MN (10.4 mi.)


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  1. Have not been able to verify the fountain lake screamer, but I know our house is haunted as hell and it is on the lake. We have great evp’s of a man and younger girl and growling along with too many personal experiences and sightings to list here. It gets real active this time of year (October) but never really stops.

  2. I have a friend who acquired a small piece of lake property on fountain lake through an inheritance.Five of us drove out there to check it out and do some lawn work
    ect.. we were sitting around and all heard distinctly a woman’s voice saying “help me”. Freaked us all out .

    • Bruh all yall is lyin I live there and I know none of yall live there, if you are telling the truth name the parents who’s daughter graduated last year.

  3. My grandparents live on this lake on the penninsula side and have been standing ourside at all houra of the night and never heard anything. And ive been around this lake for the last 29 years.

  4. Noreen Shafer Hare  |  

    okay.. i have no experience of the things on this lake.. but i am going to say this.. not everyone is Sensitive to the unnatural.. some do not feel it, see it, or know it.. I have always felt it and seen it since i was a child.. Children often see them more cause that part of there brains have not yet reach the point of fully developed.. if you are a grown adult and still feel, and see.. then you are an acception to the rule.. Yes, at times it can freak me out but other times it feels comforting.. so you unbelievers stop stirring the pot with your unbelief.. Until you experience it for real you do not know nor understand what some of us know,…

  5. My dad tells a story that the fountain lake screamer is actually a large disembodied foot. Strange, I know but there seems to be a small pocket of folks who subscribe to this peculiar form of the legend.

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