Hoover Dam

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There were many deaths among workers during the construction, and ever since, there have been reports of hauntings attributed to restless ghosts. The apparition of a man dressed in old-fashioned workers clothing has been seen in restricted areas, but he disappears when approached. Footsteps have also been heard in empty corridors within the Hoover Dam facility.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Hoover Dam
Boulder City, NV
United States

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36.01608998506104, -114.73766756062105
Mohave County, Arizona
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