Ghost Rider of Picacho

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The name kind of says it all, doesn’t it? A ghostly apparition of a man on a horse, riding the range.

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Picacho, AZ
United States

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32.7138862, -111.4996367
Pinal County, Arizona
Nearest Towns:
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  1. A.ghost rider on Rainbow Valley Road in Estrella Ranch. Dont drive after dark you might encounter the rider his horse will rip your skin right off he will get you if you slow down for him.

    • You do have the story pretty acurate however its known by everyone who lives here do not come outside after dark! We dont know but if you see the Rider yiur next he rides more than a horse, don’t blow this off as tall tale. Alot of weird happens go on Rainbow Valley Road never ride near or on after dark unless you want to be the next victim and you too will be cound with your skin pulled off your dead frieghtened body! This is very real please beware i have told this tale since 1953 my family has been 1901…….

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