Mill Creek is haunted by the spirit of a young man named Anthony Garcia. One day, he was out walking his dogs, and one of them turned on him. Dragging him in the water by the neck, Anthony screamed out the name of his lover, David, shortly before he died. Now, his ghost has been known to yell out the name “David” along the creek.
Hawks Landing Creek has been the site of many deaths. The sound of little girls screaming can be heard off in the distance. A black shape shifter has been sighted, and the place gives off an oppressing feeling.
Ship Creek is haunted by a Native Alaskan woman named Marie, who was murdered along the creek in 1987. Now, she appears to homeless natives, warning them not to linger around, as that was how she was killed. Most of the sightings reported come from between the old ANS Hospital and the old Alaska Railroad terminal.
Loon Creek is haunted by the ghost of Manuel Sato. He wanders the deserted hills near the creek, and has been doing so ever since his death in 1870. One morning, while he was making himself some breakfast, a robber mauled him with a knife. The robber then proceeded to rob a bank, and allegedly buried his haul near the site of Sato’s murder. Fort Boise had sent soldiers to recover the stolen money, and came across the ghost of Sato along the way. He was seen directing an invisible pack of mules.
The Shut-In Creek, which is located in Hot Springs, North Carolina, has had the sounds of disembodied voices and a strange light that seems to roll down the hills. The source of the haunting comes from a man who was killed by poisonous fumes emitting out of a mine over ninety years ago.
The ghosts of Native Americans have been sighted next to Eagle Creek in Arlington, Washington. A trail in a mobile home park has been known to cause people to get confused and lost, and they generally end up miles away.