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Tug Hill Annie - Real Haunted Place

  • Sears Pond Road
  • Montague, NY
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According to the 2010 national census, the tiny town of Montague is home to just 78 residents; however, there is one person that was likely not included in the survey. Anna Joan Machowski was born in 1917 and later married to a man named Alfred. She had four children before she was out of her twenties, but Anna was unhappy and took to drinking. On a night in 1954, while going out for wine, she was decapitated in a fatal car crash; since that fateful day her spirit has been seen walking along Sears Pond Road. Locals have come to call her ghost Tug Hill Annie.
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  • She is still there

    My friend and his wife are truckers and ran right through her on state rt 177 heading west .just past the deer river ranch.this was thec summer of 2022.

    Posted 7/23/23

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