Legends of Alaska Pictures

Alaska is home to the most reports of disappearances in the country. Could this be related to the witness reports of ghosts, UFOs and mysterious creatures?

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Steve speaks with a flight expert
Steve speaks with a flight expert

Steve speaks with a flight expert

Steve speaks with a flight expert at a nearby airfield about a terrible helicopter accident that happened near the Arctic Circle Hot Springs Resort. 960 1280

  

Circle Hot Springs

Circle Hot Springs

The Circle Hot Springs during the day. 960 1280

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Circle Hot Springs Resort

Circle Hot Springs Resort

Steve speaks with the owner of the Circle Hot Springs Resort. The owner has had trouble selling the property because of all the rumors of paranormal activity there. 960 1280

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Steve learns about a helicopter accident

Steve learns about a helicopter accident

Steve learns more about the helicopter accident, and discovers that a young bride died on the way to her wedding reception at the resort. 960 1280

  

Arctic Circle Hot Springs Resort

Arctic Circle Hot Springs Resort

The Arctic Circle Hot Springs Resort is located about 140 miles northeast of Fairbanks, AK, near the small mining village of Central. The resort closed in 2002, but Bill, the caretaker, still lives on the property. His daughters are concerned for his safety. 960 1280

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Arctic Circle Hot Springs Resort

Arctic Circle Hot Springs Resort

The owner of Arctic Circle Hot Springs Resort tells Steve about the history of the building. 960 1280

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Aurora Borealis

Aurora Borealis

The aurora borealis in the star-speckled sky. 960 1280

  

Steve talks to the resort's caretaker

Steve talks to the resort's caretaker

Bill, the resort’s caretaker, and his family have seen many strange apparitions at the resort. It seems as though some of the dead that remain at the resort are dangerous and able to hurt the living. 960 1280

  

Arctic Circle Hot Springs Resort

Arctic Circle Hot Springs Resort

Steve speaks with the owner of the Arctic Circle Hot Springs Resort. The owner doesn’t believe that there is paranormal activity there, but trusts his caretaker and believes his stories. 960 1280

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Amy does her walk-through

Amy does her walk-through

Amy does her walk through the building, and is frightened by some of the spirits that she encounters. 960 1280

  

Amy quickly realizes that there is one spirit that is particularly hostile to women. 960 1280

  

Amy and Steve discuss their investigations

Amy and Steve discuss their investigations

Amy and Steve meet with the resort’s caretaker and his daughters, who are stunned by the similarities between Amy’s sketch and a photo Steve has uncovered. 960 1280

  

Photos

Widely considered California's most famous ghost town, Bodie was founded in 1859 after gold was discovered nearby. 960 1280

  

The outpost of 200 original structures in Bodie makes up the nation's largest unreconstructed ghost town. 960 1280

  

Once a vibrant town in the Ozarks region, Elk Falls, KS, touts itself as the 'World's Largest Living Ghost Town.' 960 1280

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The Kennecott copper mine in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park is a living museum offering tours of the rehabbed mines. 960 1280

  

South Pass City, WY, got its start in 1867, but faded by the 1930s, leaving behind cabins, dance halls and a jail. 960 1280

Many original structures in St. Elmo, CO, have been restored, including a general store that opens from May and October. 960 1280

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