The Hoosac Tunnel - Real Haunted Place
The Hoosac Tunnel in North Adams is 4.75 miles long and passes through the Hoosac Range, an extension of Vermont's Green Mountains. The tunnel runs straight from its east portal in the town of Florida to the west portal in North Adams. The structure took 25 years to build, during which almost 200 people were killed. After the tunnel opened, more tragedies took place inside the tunnel, including an explosion in the shaft that killed 13 miners. Local legend says that you can hear cries of agony coming from inside the tunnel. Witnesses have also claimed to see the ghosts of the miners who died there, along with eerie floating lanterns that light up the darkness in the tunnel.
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