Dove Creek Camp

32 miles west of Brigham City, Utah on highway 83

Chinese laborers toiled to bring the transcontinental railroad into existence. Building the railroad was dangerous work, and many laborers lost their lives. One such dangerous place lies in the deserted Great Basin of Utah, it's known as Dove Creek Camp.

Often the only medical care provided to the injured were by other laborers. Out in the middle of nowhere a minor injury could mean death for a laborer.

People that have ventured out to this area believe that the laborers that lost their lives now haunt this lonely parcel of land.

People have heard the sound of footsteps walking around them. In addition, many people have heard voices, distinctly speaking Chinese.

While it's a rare occurrence some have said that a ghost locomotive will rumble through the area.

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May 27, 2011 10:32pm [ 1 ]

hey just wondering what would it take to let me and my group do an investigation there?

Brad
Apr 15, 2012 7:59am [ 2 ]

We were out to the location of dove creek sinks, but were not sure the exact location of the camp site. Could you help me find the exact location. We would like to do an EVP section out there. Thanx for your help.

Kevin
Apr 24, 2012 1:32pm [ 3 ]

Brad, did you ever find the location? I am looking to go out there with a couple of fellows with some equipment. I have been trying to find a GPS coordinate but haven't come across anything online. Have you had any luck?

Chantel
May 6, 2012 7:33pm [ 4 ]

Id love to go and see this place if anyone else is up for it!

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