The Sinister Story Behind This Popular Nevada Lake Will Give You Chills
Nevada is chock-full of haunted and mysterious locations, particularly in and around Goldfield, Virginia City and even Las Vegas. However, not all haunted locations have to be within or near buildings. In some cases, even the most beautiful area can have a creepy and sinister history. Such is the case with Nevada’s beautiful and unique Pyramid Lake. Located in southeastern Washoe County within the Truckee River Basin, Pyramid Lake is a mere 40 miles from Reno. Don’t lets this lake’s beauty and grandeur fool you, for despite its splendor, Pyramid Lake is home to several sinister and paranormal legends. Read on.
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Fishing, camping, and boating are allowed on Pyramid Lake; however, remember that since it sits on Native American land, permits are required. And you may want to visit in a season other than spring. Just in case. You know, Water Babies and all.
Have you seen the splendors of Pyramid Lake up close and personal. Did you notice any strange phenomena or happen to hear the sinister and disembodied cries or laughs of the dreaded Water Babies? Please share your experiences below.
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