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Meridean Boat Landing | Pavilion

Meridean Boat Landing | Pavilion



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  • Date Posted: Apr 30, 2014
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  • Address: Meridean, WI 54755, USA

Meridean, Wisconsin 

The Meridean Boat Landing:

The Meridean Boat Landing is purportedly haunted by Meridean (aka Mary Dean) herself. According to Meridean locals, Mary Dean was a female riding on a ship coming up the river. She died while on board the ship and they buried her nearby under a landmark tree. Locals claim that this tree was washed out in a flood many years ago.

Meridean locals claim that the ghost of Meridean tries to entice people to save her. They report hearing strange otherworldly sounds. Some Meridean locals claim that these sounds are from “hell hounds”, dogs that are said to do the devil’s bidding.

Resources:

The Haunting Experiements (n.d.). The History of Meridean, WI. Retrieved June 8, 2011 from http://thehauntingexperiments.synthasite.com/meridean-history.php

Dinges, P. (2007). The Truth Behind the Caryville Myths. Retrieved June 8, 2011 from http://www.weau.com/home/headlines/10930481.html

Meridean, WI Wisconsin 54755, USA

Meridean, WI Wisconsin 54755, USA




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