Fort Huachuca AZ hotels. Find accommodation / hotels in Fort Huachuca Arizona United States of America. Alerts, anecdotes and tips for vacationers and business travellers. Arizona attractions, sights, wildlife refuges, national and state forests, national and/or state parks. Strange or scary tales, folklore, hauntings, monsters, legends, myths and ghosts of Arizona.
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Ghosts, Myths, Monsters, Legends, Scary Stories and Folklore in Arizona
The plumed, venomous snakes that inhabit sacred springs, according to the Zuni people; the bigfoot seen in the Huachuca Mountains (perhaps it was the Mogollon Monster); tales of the Lost Dutchman's Gold Mine in the Superstitions; the phantoms in old fashioned clothes who are sometimes seen on London Bridge in Lake Havasu City; the invisible but tactile ghost at the Park Hotel in Hot Springs; the phantom guests of the Hotel San Carlos in Phoenix, including invisible happy children and the unhappy Leone Jensen, who leapt to her death in 1928; the inebriated ghost in the ballroom of the Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort, said to be that of a man who fell from the cliffs; and the draining energy vortices experienced around Sedona and in the Superstition Mountains, are among the true ghost stories, myths and legends of Arizona.
The ghosts of the El Tovar Hotel at the Grand Canyon, including a dark figure seen outside and the friendly spirit of Fred Harvey, a former owner; the entrance to Hell in the Superstition Mountains, which emits the winds that cause dust storms in the Phoenix area; the sasquatch-like Mogollon Monster; the phantom, at Grand Canyon's Maricopa Point, of a luckless member of the Civilian Conservation Corps who fell to his death in the nineteen-thirties; the strange lights seen hovering in the Superstition Mountains; the time shifts experienced by some hikers in the Superstitions; the thunderbird of Apache legend that dwells in the Superstition Mountains; and the ninety-two foot winged, alligator like monster, killed by ranchers between the Huachuca and Whetstone ranges, in what is now Coronado National Forest, in 1890 (a sample was sent for scientific examination - what happened to it?), are other legendary tales of ghosts and haunted places in Arizona.
Birds, Mammals, Reptiles and other Wildlife / Fauna of Arizona
Coatimundis (coatis), desert bighorn sheep, horned lizards, Gambel's quail, more than one species of rattlesnake, badgers, sandhill cranes, pronghorn antelopes, elk (wapiti), greater roadrunners, coyotes, desert tortoises, burrowing owls, mule deer, bald eagles, beavers, skunks, javelinas (peccaries), mourning doves, bats, spiny lizards, desert kit foxes, white-faced ibises, whiptail lizards, bull snakes, garter snakes, kestrels, turkey vultures (buzzards), ring-tailed cats, black bears, cottontail rabbits, jackrabbits, mountain plovers, great blue herons, occasional jaguars, hummingbirds, peregrine falcons, wild turkeys, woodpeckers, reintroduced California condors, mountain lions (cougars), weasels, gray foxes, ospreys, kingfishers, gila monsters, white-winged doves, bobcats, reintroduced Mexican gray wolves and meadow jumping mice are among the wild animals of Arizona.
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