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The Screaming Tunnel, Canada www.hauntedstories.in

The Screaming Tunnel, Canada

The Screaming Tunnel, Canada www.hauntedstories.in
The Screaming Tunnel, Canada

The Screaming Tunnel is a tunnel which is made of sedimentary rocks. Once upon a time, it was the Grand Trunk Railway lines but currently, it has become the Canadian National Railways. It is situated on the northwest corner of Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada. It would actually have made a drainage tunnel so the water can be removed, but later people started using it as a railway tunnel.

This tunnel was used by Farmers to move their goods and animals safely. This tunnel was constructed in the 1800’s and is about 16 feet in height and 125 feet long.

This place is known as one of the Haunted Place in the World.

Inside view of The Screaming Tunnel www.hauntedstories.in
Inside view of The Screaming Tunnel

The story of The Screaming Tunnel

There are three stories behind this tunnel to be haunted:

  1. Once upon a time, a girl was burnt and she was running towards the tunnel for water, she managed to reach the tunnel but it was too late. She died in the tunnel.
  2. Another story is about a jealous father. The jealous father dragged her daughter into the tunnel and set her on the burning fire. By this, his daughter died in the tunnel.
  3. And the third story is about a girl who got attacked by an old drunk man. The old drunk man did the terrible things with the girl and killed her.
    Some locals and tourists say that a ghost of the girl is seen in the tunnel along with her screams.

Therefore, because of these paranormal activities, this place is known as one of the most haunted places in the World.

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