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HAPPY HALLOWEEN: The haunted 2650 level of the Levack mine

The leaves have fallen and the bare tree branches make spooky sounds on the window glass as winter comes closer. This is the time to abandon our ordinary selves and try on an alternate persona – bunnies for babies, rock stars for teens,...


The leaves have fallen and the bare tree branches make spooky sounds on the window glass as winter comes closer. This is the time to abandon our ordinary selves and try on an alternate persona – bunnies for babies, rock stars for teens, and zombies for anyone. Whether we believe in ghosts or not, the ghost stories are thick for the telling … including an entire book called Spooky Sudbury: True Tales of the Eerie & Unexplained by Mark Leslie and Jenny Jelen.

Imagine what a tired miner at the end of a 12-hour shift, alone and more than 1,000 metres underground might witness in the Levack nickel mine. This tale is excerpted on the Republic of Mining website maintained by Stan Sudol.

Click here if you believe in ghosts – even a little bit.


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