During the 1880s around Carbon County, Utah, the coal mining industry began to boom after the railroad opened up between Denver, Colorado and Salt Lake City, Utah. This caused the explosion of many small mining communities springing up around the area, especially in the area that became known as Spring Canyon. The towns have since withered away into ghost towns, but the spirit of one particular woman still walks the area known as Latuda.
|The White Lady of Spring Canyon roams the area where the ghost towns of Latuda and Helper, Utah used to be. Photo: © Photographer: Juice Team | Agency: Dreamstime.com|
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