Arkansas River (Pueblo, Colorado)

The Arkansas River in Pueblo, Colorado has been the site of a number of deaths. In more recent years, several Native American burial sites have been discovered along the banks of the river. Those who walk along the adjacent Pueblo Nature Trail have reported feelings of unease and the constant sensation of being watched or followed.

Arkansas River

The Arkansas River in Great Bend, Kansas is believed to be haunted by the spirit of woman. It is believed that if you visit the shores of the river between 2:30 AM and 3:30 AM, you can hear the screams of children and an adult female. The story goes that the woman’s husband ran her and their children off of the road and into the Arkansas River. Now, she lingers behind, calling for her children whom she cannot find.

Cooper’s Crossing

Cooper’s Crossing in China Spring, Texas is known for giving off a strong feeling of being watched, and it is said that the closer you get to the river, the stronger the feeling gets. Many visitors of the creek have said they have felt a human form brush up against them, even despite the fact they were alone and saw no one.

River Banks, Canals, and Marshes of Jajira, Shariatpur, Bangladesh

The river banks, canals, and marshes of Jajira, Bangladesh have had several odd occurrences happen at them. During the late hours of night, reddish-colored balls of fire roughly the size of a tennis ball can be seen for a few seconds before they are seemingly extinguished.