Haunted Places – Anthem, Arizona

In the area that surrounds Anthem, Arizona there are a few hauntings that allegedly take place here.from freeimages.com

In 1986, there were rumors that a couple camping in the area encountered some ghostly apparitions of Indians in the desert. Although, no exact location was provided.

Along the I-17 that runs along the exit to Anthem, there is an apparition that appears at night once a year who is seeking a ride, while holding a lantern. This individual is believed to be a hitchhiker who was killed along this section of the road.

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