Frank Slide

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People who live in the town of Frank claim that the site of a devastating rock slide that killed almost a hundred residents of the town is now haunted. Residents report seeing glowing lights and mists in the area where the rocks came down and buried part of the town in 1903.

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Geographic Information

20 Ave
Crowsnest Pass, Alberta

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49.5997504293918, -114.39398860791692
Division No. 15
Nearest Towns:
Bellevue, AB (1.7 mi.)
Blairmore, AB (1.8 mi.)
Coleman, AB (5.3 mi.)
Corbin, BC (12.8 mi.)
Cowley, AB (14.8 mi.)
Pincher Station, AB (20.7 mi.)
Pincher Creek, AB (21.5 mi.)
Pincher, AB (21.5 mi.)
Natal, BC (22.4 mi.)
Hosmer, BC (25.7 mi.)


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