Roche Percee Mines

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The Roche Percee Mines, once the site of labor strikes and grisly murders, are said to be haunted by Aboriginal spirits called rugaroos who can change into animals. Some visitors claim to have seen red eyes or even these spirits appear and change before their eyes. It is said that if the spirits growl at you, it is best to leave them alone, because they can become aggressive.

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Geographic Information

49.040731°N 102.480451°W

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49.0401944, -102.47674549999999
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