The Sinister Story Behind This Popular Northern California Park Will Give You Chills
Northern California is a place with a very interesting history. From the gold mines of the Sierra foothills to the logging camps of the northwest corner of the state, there are bound to be a few ghosts in the attic, so to speak. This one state park is a spooky example of our state’s unique history.
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The Fort Humboldt State Park is located at:
3431 Fort Ave
Eureka, CA 95503
Have you ever been to this creepy state park? Share your experiences with us, we’re eager to know more about what you experienced.
Jill is a freelance writer from a small Northern California town and lives in the Sierra Nevada mountains. If you have an idea for an Only In Northern California story, email her at [email protected].com.
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