Moose Pond

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Locals tell a story of harrowing events that happen at 8:47 p.m. on December 23. If you visit the iced-over pond on that night, you can hear pounding on the ice and hear the screams of a young boy trapped beneath the ice. According to the story, the young boy had been ice fishing, fell through the ice and drowned.

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8th St & 4th Ave S.E.
Spencer, Iowa
United States

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43.128940681880536, -95.13738591877137
Clay County, Iowa
Nearest Towns:
Spencer, IA (0.9 mi.)
Dickens, IA (5.7 mi.)
Greenville, IA (7.8 mi.)
Fostoria, IA (7.9 mi.)
Rossie, IA (8.4 mi.)
Royal, IA (8.6 mi.)
Gillett Grove, IA (9.3 mi.)
Everly, IA (9.8 mi.)
Ruthven, IA (12.0 mi.)
Moneta, IA (12.8 mi.)


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  1. I have a ghost in my house named Angie. She is cool to me and my sister, but she gets me in trouble. She is really nice. She always pulls out all my clothes and shuts my ligths on and off. I kinda love her. I never want her to leave. Also the old school house by the swimming center. I always hear childrens laughs, and when I look in nobody is in there.

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