Superstition Mountains

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If you’ve ever heard the story of the Lost Dutchman’s Mine, the Superstition Mountains is where it is rumored to be located. Some claim the mine is cursed and others that the hauntings are entities protecting the location.
Strange lights and shadows are seen throughout the area.

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    Geographic Information

    Superstition Mountains
    United States

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    33.4286606, -111.41818560000002
    Pinal County, Arizona
    Nearest Towns:
    Apache Junction, AZ (7.6 mi.)
    Gold Camp, AZ (11.4 mi.)
    Queen Valley, AZ (11.7 mi.)
    San Tan Valley, AZ (17.6 mi.)
    Queen Creek, AZ (17.6 mi.)
    Superior, AZ (20.8 mi.)
    Fountain Hills, AZ (21.4 mi.)
    Gilbert, AZ (22.0 mi.)
    Roosevelt, AZ (23.2 mi.)
    Mesa, AZ (23.3 mi.)


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    1. My friend told me that she lives at foothill on a lot about a decade ago in Apache Junction AZ. On Tomhawk street… At dusk she was looking over the kitchen window, the Apache man’s head was floating by the window. She screamed and her husband ran outside and looked for him. It was a ghost of Apache young man. Once a while she and hubby woke up as their toes shook by unseen..

    2. Brooke Bracegirdle  |  

      So me and my friend went out to Queen Valley to drive some dirt roads and watch the stars we get out to this open area with a perfect view of the mountain so we decide to lay on top of my truck, A Chevy Tahoe keep in mind that this is not a little vehicle.The weather was perfect so I decided to open the driver side and passenger side doors on my car and we had some light music playing we were sitting on the roof of my car for about 20 minutes all of a sudden it got really cold, and not 15 seconds after it got ice cold my car shifted from the passenger side. My thought was an animal just jumped into my front seat me and my friend got really quiet and just sat and listened for movement.. we didn’t hear anything so I slid down and looked through my windshield and saw nothing in my car. My first instinct was to get the hell out of there as we are flying down the back roads we are so confused to what just happened because nothing could explain it our music was not that loud and we didn’t hear anything walk up on us also driving up to where we where there was no campers, no cars, we were the only ones out there it was a Monday night. When we got back to my place I went to go look and see if there was any indication of something hitting my car and to my astonishment there was a sliding handprint on my back passenger window from where it looked like something tried to grab my friends leg but grabbed the bar on the roof of my car instead. We are both still in disbelief by what happened Because there was no way to explain the amount of force used to move my car in that way.

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