‘White Lady’ spooks park visitors / ‘Ghost’ Video in Pub – Unexplained Mysteries

A tree in Durand-Eastman Park sports a ghostly visage thanks to the destructive effects of Mother Nature.

The phenomenon, which at a distance looks like a wailing specter with its arms outstretched, is actually an area of torn-up tree trunk caused by a recent spate of strong wind.

The eerie human-like form however is particular fitting as the park has long been home to a ‘White Lady’ or ‘Lady of the Lake’ legend dating all the way back to the 19th century.

The story goes that the ghost of a woman wanders the park in search of her daughter who was murdered by a group of hoodlums. Depending on which version of the tale you read, it is also said that the woman either died of a broken heart or killed herself out of grief for her loss.

 

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