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At the completion of the roller coaster a Maintenance worker was killed by a coaster car during a test run.
To this day people say they see him working on the track while they are riding the roller coaster.
Legend says a guard was guarding the fort when an Indian attacked and killed him they also found the body of a young boy and the boys dog.
the fort is farther down the road and off to the right. Road to fort there are 2 fields on each side of the raod on the right side of the road there are telephone poles sit at the 3rd pole at dark and look straight ahead there a guard of the fort was killed and he still patrols to this day. Also you can hear a young child’s laughter and dog barking.
It is also said that when you are leaving you will see the gardeners ghost sitting on the steps of the church by the cemetery. This Spirit has said that 'he' is cold and forever in the confines of this building.
Being right beside a cemetery, the old school for girls is pretty creepy.The dog is a white ball of fog that appears out of no where.This legend is a cross between the spectral hitchhiker stories you have heard before and the sort of "Resurrection Mary" type tales familiar to the Chicago area. For historical background there used to be a hotel at the top of the Wopsononock Mountain that was a fairly common getaway for people in Altoona.She stands late at night with a vacant look in her eyes.People have claimed to have seen strange lights fly in the sky around the tree, and the entire area has a sense that 'something' happened there.In the morning, the owner returned to find the ghost hunter's equipment, but the ghost hunter was never seen afterwards.there are complaints of a shadow to walk up and down the stairwells mostly on the second floor stairways!The Wopsononock hotel and famous lookout burned in the early part of the 20th century and was never rebuilt.In fact, at one time it was serviced by a narrow gauge railroad know as the "Alley Popper" although that has nothing to do with this tale.The road heading up to the Wopsy Lookout (as it is known hereabouts) is now Juniata Gap road in Altoona.This road is a treacherous one bearing a curve known as the "Devil's Elbow" which has been the scene of many accidents.