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Poltergeist haunts glacier retreat

By T.K. Randall
March 28, 2009 · Comment icon 4 comments



Image Credit: Miguel A. Monjas
A mountain guide and visitor centre assistant spent a terrifying night in a hut high up on the Hooker Glacier last week, with strange phantom sounds in and around the hut at night keeping them from sleeping.
The Hooker hut was built nearly 100 years ago, is a three-hour walk from the visitor centre and sits about 1100 metres above Mt Cook village. Department of Conservation (DOC) mountain guide Jane Morris and visitor centre assistant Monica Yeoman experienced the surreal when they spent the night of their lives in the hut last Friday."


Source: Stuff.co.nz | Comments (4)


Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #1 Posted by sarah snow 14 years ago
Wuhooo.....I'd love to stay there
Comment icon #2 Posted by Lady Amethyst 14 years ago
A beautiful location and ideal for anyone interested in mountain romance. This is surely a good advertisement for the hut?
Comment icon #3 Posted by parasource 14 years ago
Moaning and groaning coming from a romantic getaway during the evening, has to be paranormal.
Comment icon #4 Posted by schizoidwoman 14 years ago
That sounds like a brilliant place to visit!


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