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Monte Cristo Ghost Town - Granite Falls WA Real Haunted Places

  • Granite Falls, WA
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Monte Cristo Ghost Town is an old mining town located in Snohomish County. It is tucked inside the Cascade Mountains right outside of Seattle and is known to be quite the eerie place. The town had frequent fires and floods due to its location in the Cascades and it started to only be accessible during the summer months. After some time, the town of Monte Cristo became abandoned and the road has fallen into disrepair. Hikers can still explore the town by foot and check out the remaining buildings, however, rumor has it there are several ghosts of long gone miners still residing in the town.
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  • Miner Racket

    I went on a backpacking trip to Monte Christo Basin where the actual mine's are. First evening I stayed in the little campsites up on a slight Hill to the left up a little road behind the small wooden bathroom right next to the road. That evening as I was in my tent getting ready to crawl into my sleeping bag I heard the distinct sound of three or four men's echoing voices and clanging equipment and rocks. Interesting thing is the actual mines are about four miles or so up the trail into the basin. I did not imagine it. I experienced it. It was my one and only experience in Monte Cristo. However I've had many many other experiences in various places

    Posted 7/9/21

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