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The Haunting Of Lake Shawnee

Tragedy on the land dates back centuries.

Shawnee Lake Amusement Park image from Wikimedia

In the 1700s, the Draper family lived on the land that would one day be known as Lake Shawnee Amusement Park. The Drapers were a Native American family, living off the land and enjoying the fruits of their labor.

They were distraught when a white, European family, the Clays, moved onto their land. From the start, the…

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