Ghost Stallion of Owyhee County

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Locals in these parts will tell of a helpful pack of phantom horses. It is said that they materialize from a rift in the clouds to help when cowboys or farmers find themselvs in danger.

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Owyhee County, ID
United States

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42.6827359, -116.06228920000001
Owyhee County, Idaho
Nearest Towns:
Grand View, ID (21.3 mi.)
Mountain Home Air Force Base, ID (27.2 mi.)
Mountain Home, ID (36.3 mi.)
Glenns Ferry, ID (42.9 mi.)
Murphy, ID (44.5 mi.)
Owyhee, NV (50.8 mi.)
Melba, ID (53.3 mi.)
Jordan Valley, OR (54.1 mi.)
Kuna, ID (58.7 mi.)
Nampa, ID (64.4 mi.)


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  1. Theresa Barranco  |  

    I have a weird story of a Blacksmith and used store in Vale Oregon, I have a Photo of me from inside that Store, There Winchester rifle Collection in there, Its hard for me to even look at the Photo, after I picked up an Old Doll to look at it, I sat it back on the shelf, My Friend took a Picture of me I had a weird feeling…When I got home i was shocked at what I saw..I ll send the photo only if you ask..

  2. I was at a camp up in Owyhee county, and My friends and I saw a white phantom horse that continuously would dissapear and reapear. and it was not one of the horses from camp.

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