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The screaming tunnel
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Uploader comment: There are a few photos posted on this site by different users of this tunnel located in st catherine's ontario canada when i saw the photos i knew i had to post my own my husban took this with his cell after leaving the tunnel as u can see in the circle there is a figure of a little girl the legend says she was murdered by her father very sad and scary when i saw this upon returning home

   

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Comment icon #3 Posted by terbo559 on 19 January, 2011, 18:31
a water reflection.
Comment icon #2 Posted by Skylawolf on 14 January, 2011, 23:26
Ok that is freaky.
Comment icon #1 Posted by holyghost on 22 October, 2007, 0:54
it is the water streaming into the tunnel..............light reflecting from the other end gives it the apperance of somthing standing there.......Beautiful Location tho
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