156 – White Lady Lane

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156 - White Lady Lane
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According to Diana Yeado, “Once long ago and not so far away lived a lovely young maiden named Anna Story. She and her mother and the rest of their family lived in a little shack by the railroad tracks close to Leyden. About the same time there lived a Syrian peddler by the name of Sam Kalil who rode around the countryside selling from his wagonload of pots, pans and household items. He wanted to marry the beautiful Anna but her mother would have none of it. But she did have an eye for a good deal. So she told the peddler to come back when Anna was sixteen and he could have her hand in marriage…if…in the meantime she could help herself to his wares.” We have an origin story with this. Long story short, Kalil murdered Anna and was sentenced. All these years later, some say that Anna haunts a stretch of road in Walhalla, North Dakota now called White Lady Lane. However, like most paranormal ghost stories? There are multiple origin stories to White Lady Lane. Tune into this episode as Count Panek and Bob try to figure out this strange web of stories from North Dakota.