The Obscure Story Of Vermont’s Frozen Hill People Will Give You Goosebumps
Two weeks ago, the United States was buzzing with news of the Polar Vortex. On the tail of such frigid temperatures, we’ve pulled this story out of the frosty archives of the Green Mountain State’s folklore. Settle yourself in for a chilling winter tale, the story of Vermont’s frozen hill people will send shivers down your spine.
This account was originally published on the front page of the Montpelier Argus and Patriot, on December 21, 1887. Reported to be true, the reporter found entries in his Uncle William’s diary detailing one family’s ritual of freezing their elderly and weak members and putting them into cold storage for the winter.
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Have you ever heard the story of these frozen hill people? Do you believe it could have happened? Share your thoughts in the comments section below, we’d love to hear what you have to say. Vermont is full of local folklore and legends. The tale of this haunted bridge is downright spooky.
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