Singing River - Real Pascagoula Haunt
- Pascagoula, MS
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- Real Haunted Nature & Outdoors (ie. Haunted Woods)
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Legends say this river was the site of a mass suicide by the Pascagoula Indian tribe. The tribe was facing enslavement and slaughter from a pending battle against a superior force, so they chose suicide rather than facing defeat. As they marched into the water, they sang a death song and that is the music that can be heard by the river to this day.
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