Heritage House

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Local legend says an abusive father who once lived here caused his son’s death by forcing him to walk on water like Jesus did. Apparitions of the boy drowning under the bridge have been seen.

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4789 Salo Road
Embarrass, MN
United States

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47.66179289999999, -92.18913570000001
St. Louis County, Minnesota
Nearest Towns:
Aurora, MN (9.4 mi.)
Hoyt Lakes, MN (10.1 mi.)
Tower, MN (10.7 mi.)
Soudan, MN (10.9 mi.)
Biwabik, MN (11.3 mi.)
Babbitt, MN (11.8 mi.)
McKinley, MN (14.6 mi.)
Gilbert, MN (17.6 mi.)
Virginia, MN (18.8 mi.)
Parkville, MN (20.3 mi.)


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  1. Roughly 3years ago while driving down salo road I had glanced down then back up and swore I seen a little boy standing at the left side of the bridge, I hit my brakes so hard my vehicle slid about 5 ft. When I looked back over it was gone. Once I got to where I was going and brought it up I was informed of the haunting. Im still Leary about crossing that bridge that incident

  2. I lived like a quater mile away my whole life I have even been inside didn’t see anything as a kid but now when I go to Embarrass I get freaked out

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