Hitchhiker of Black Horse Lake

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Folks who live nearby will tell of a different sort of hitchhiking ghost. Along this stretch of Highway 87, the transient Native American’s spirit will bump up onto drivers’ windshields as if he has been hit. He has long black hair and wears denim. When you get out to check the car, there will be no sign of him. Reports say the man was once struck and killed while walking along this stretch, and his spirit is doomed to repeat the action.

Note: The seasonal Black Horse Lake is usually dry.

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Geographic Information

Black Horse Lake
Great Falls, MT
United States

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47.6082905, -111.21846549999998
Cascade County, Montana
Nearest Towns:
Black Eagle, MT (6.4 mi.)
Malmstrom Air Force Base, MT (7.3 mi.)
Great Falls, MT (8.4 mi.)
Gibson Flats, MT (9.7 mi.)
Sun Prairie, MT (13.2 mi.)
Sand Coulee, MT (14.6 mi.)
Vaughn, MT (15.6 mi.)
Carter, MT (17.1 mi.)
Stockett, MT (17.6 mi.)
Ulm, MT (18.2 mi.)


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