New Town Railroad Tracks

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Rumor has it that those who walk along the railroad tracks at night may be followed by mysterious bright-red lights. The lights are said to disappear once the walker reaches Main Street.

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East Ave
New Town, ND
United States

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47.97823185723678, -102.48240745080699
Mountrail County, North Dakota
Nearest Towns:
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  1. Native American Warning  |  

    It was understood that is at night time we didn’t look into the ditches nor did we look behind us we just kept going over the tracks because there’s no telling what you’re going to spiritually see

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