Split Rock Quarry - Real Haunted Place
During World War I Split Rock Quarry was used a munitions factory; however, on July 2, 1918 the facility exploded, killing at least 50 men. The accident was allegedly the result of a mixing motor in the main TNT room overheating, causing 1-3 tons of TNT to blow, and leveling the building in the blast. All that remains today is rock and a machine dubbed “The Crusher” used for mining. Visitors say that they have seen the phantoms of the men who died on that fateful day, and heard unexplainable footsteps and voices as well as the sounds of The Crusher mysteriously powering on.
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