Real Haunted Houses

Real Haunted House

The Kraft House

Pocatello, Idaho

In 1984, after being drugged at a party by a crazed man, a young woman was taken to this warehouse. She was raped while on a chair in the middle of the warehouse, and in the process, the depraved’s gun went off, instantly killing the woman. The bullet was never found. Exactly ten years later, the manager of the warehouse had to stay late to complete an assignment. At 3:59 AM, 15 calls were made to 911 from the 15 phone lines in the warehouse. All the operators reported hearing a woman cry, “Please help me,” then a dial tone. When police arrived on the scene, they found a chair in the middle of the warehouse, and a bullet nearby.

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anna says:

October 17, 2005, 5:20 pm

I heard that it all took place in like 1909 or something like that and there was a bunch of kids kiddnapped and they were taken to a house that used to be where the the factory (butcher house) stands now and they killed and raped the children and the kids still haunt the place to this day (now it is a factory for the railroad but i still wont go near it!!!!

april says:

October 21, 2005, 9:07 pm

this story really bites.

Scott says:

October 22, 2005, 1:19 am

I live in pocky and i thought the Kraft house was on Kraft road and was torn down because evil rituals were being preformed there. I am not aware of the rail road building and if it is so i would like to know exactly where it is.

Bobby says:

October 24, 2005, 4:15 pm

I live in poky. the kraft house is by H and H dive I went there this weekend and even though some of it is tworn down it scared the **** out of me and my friends.

Alyssa says:

October 29, 2005, 11:08 am

well my sister lives in poky, and last weekend she went there and she told me that it is scary and she said that cops patrol around there and she said she talked to the cops and asked them what happen and that is the story she took pictures there and she is sending them to me so I know it is true because she told me and she saw it with her own two eyes so she said it was soooo scary.

becca says:

November 10, 2005, 9:55 pm

I live in Pocatello, and i have never heard this story, not once. I think people have too much time on their hands, and just enjoy freaking themselves out over a bunch of hype.

ashley says:

November 23, 2005, 6:45 pm

this is so fake…get me some relivent police reports then i will belive it!!!!

David says:

November 29, 2005, 5:26 pm

My brother works for the Poky Police so I will have him dig some stuff up. The old building is now used by Global Food and is on Kraft road but back in 1989, a few friends and I decided to go into the building and judge for ourselves. The building has three levels and we didn’t see much of anything until we started down into the basement. We almost walked right into some ritual with roughly a dozen people doing something I don’t really want to know. We ran out of there with someone on our tail and took off across the field to the North-West of the building and around the West side of Great Western Malting. The buiding really is messed up. Before Global Foods moved in I was helping with the electrical work and it made me nervous to go back into there. Many strnge things happen during the remodel and I got out of there fast. As soon as I can dig up any police files on the place I will be sure to post it. Question….Does anyone have anything on Blackfoot South. The tunnels under the place are very frightening!!!!!! but that is a different adventure!!!

Mark says:

December 13, 2005, 2:57 pm

If either of the 1984 or 1994 incidents really took place, I’d very much like to see some details. Who was the woman? The killer?, The manager?, and what happened to the manager? Is there any proof the 1909 incidents took place? If any of this stuff happened, there should be police reports, newspaper articles, etc.

AP says:

February 1, 2006, 7:54 pm

I have worked in this building for 6 months, & although it is a bit creepy, especialy in the basement, I have never seen or heard anything that could be considered ghostly. I have heard that there were pentagrams painted on the floor & walls in one particular room by teenagers & have heard most of the ghost stories about this place, but as of yet have experienced nothing spooky. I think they are just stories.

Caleb says:

February 4, 2006, 2:14 pm

What a bunch of b.s.

kayla,ally,alicia. says:

February 13, 2006, 5:33 pm

we can not tell if this is real or not so we come to the conclusion that we all can beleive are own storys and we live in Kellogg and Kayla and Alicia have had things happen to them before and i have had things happen to me to so really i think it could be mind over matter or there was some funky **** going down.

mia says:

March 11, 2006, 11:33 pm

wow…..what a weird story. How do u know its true???????

Brady says:

March 14, 2006, 7:22 pm

I live in Pocatello now and have not heard a thing, however I grew up in Blackfoot a block away from State Hospital South. My husband went on a tour of the old abandend buildings and some tunnels, he said it was creepy….sort of like house on haunted hill. He said there is a picture still hanging on the wall in one building where a guy is getting a frontal Labotomy and is still awake (My husband said the guys eyes were huge). But the creepiest place in Blackfoot hands down is the old school house on Rich Lane.

Andrea says:

March 19, 2006, 12:13 am

I know this story is ture I have been thier but I have heard that it was because people killed others their

ina says:

March 19, 2006, 12:43 pm

Now that’s an interesting story.I wouldn’t wanna be one of the policemen,though.

cheyenne says:

April 3, 2006, 11:28 pm

i like pickles. dude. there is no such thing as hauntings. after people die, they either go to heaven or hell. there are spirits, but not of people that have died. they are just spirits that walk around.

Joanna says:

April 10, 2006, 4:16 pm

I too also live in Pocatello, and have for years. I have been to Kraft House to see for myself.. you can’t see much anymore. They have night guards and such.. what I did see though spooked even me (the sceptic and huge horror buff)The building is very old and creepy looking but thats not what scared me. The old school bus parked right outside the gates and the tar drop behind the building are what had me by the neck. What actually made me leave was the fact that I found a toddler’s tiny purple hair ornament clear back in the tar drops. What was a tiny child doing there???

kim says:

April 13, 2006, 10:04 pm

I dont know anything about this story, but im from Idaho Falls and have heard of a building downtown by the river, where every Wednesday night, a man jumps to his death. I would love to know what building that is. If anyone knows, please post it. Thanks

dick says:

May 1, 2006, 7:43 am

its fake ,full of bull@@,and i have heard better…

Soldier85 says:

May 15, 2006, 9:53 pm

Im frome Tennessee, and I love your potatoes. Keep up the good work, cause your gohst stories blow a$$.

Suzy says:

June 1, 2006, 3:09 pm

No, Suzy is not my real name and I don’t usually have any spare time but I have a migraine so skipped work and I find this mildly amusing. This is not the original story of what happened in the Kraft building but I don’t doubt that a building that was abandoned for so long doesn’t hold many stories over the years. Many ghost stories took place in Pocatello High School (library, auditorium, winding staircase that was shut off when new wings were built) and the older buildings on ISU’s campus. A girl hung herself in a locker at PHS in the early years, and late at night janitors have reported the scent of lemon verbena accompanied with cold breezes in the library. Lemon verbena was a popular perfume scent in the early 1900s. The PHS library used to be a ballroom as well as the place dignitary meetings (US presidents used to visit), etc, in the heydey of the railroad when Poky was more than just the sad little town it is now and is the site of a few ghost stories. The rooms & halls behind the auditorium balcony are said to be haunted as well. For years a light was sighted from time to time in a tiny room (which used to be where a stagehand would live and sleep) that nobody has had the key to for about 30 years–hence the door has not been opened in 30 years so how was the light turned on? There is a lot of history on both campuses, especially due to the tunnels that run underneath the downtown area. In recent times, these tunnels are primarily used by pranksters and homeless people that want a warm place to sleep but read up on Poky high and you will find some interesting tales! I don’t believe in these ghost stories but it is fun to imagine.

Big Bill says:

June 7, 2006, 2:40 am


You forgot to add a title to the 792 word essay you just created above. Maybe you can just call it ‘Boring’ or ‘How to Make a Reader Sleep’.

androo says:

June 29, 2006, 9:40 pm

well i live in poky and i am going to the kraft house tonight. i think its real but i really dont know. we drovew there and looked at it today and its pretty freaking scary, even in the day. i will write back and tell you how it is.

androo says:

June 30, 2006, 1:13 am

i went and could not find a way in! i broke the window thing and could have got in but i had to be home by 11 o clock.

Melantha says:

July 9, 2006, 2:51 am

I think i’ve heard about this place but i’ve lived in poky all my life but i heard that there is this warehouse thats haunted a friend of mine had to go to the hospital after going there but she won’t tell me about it but i see her every monday as much as i can.
i take haunted houses as a hobbie there’s this house in mccammon that used to be a hospital. my grandma used to live there i went and visited her. My room is where a woman was killed by her husband he strangled her with his bare hands.
It’s rumored that the woman was having an affair with his brother and he got mad. but anyways i was exploring and it was pretty late i went down to the basement which was the place they kept the dead and i went down there. there was nothing going on even though i had heard crying so i figured it was my imagination so i turned around to go up the stairs i got to the middle when i was thrown from the stairs and was tossed around the room like a rag doll. i started screaming and my grandma ran down with a flashlight and a basket she started throwing the contents in a circle and grabbed me she pulled my up the stairs leaving the stuff from the basket behind us. she bandaged me up gave me a sleeping pill and told me to go to bed. i went to sleep as soon as it started to work and couldn’t breathe i started to panic and swing my arms trying to hit the person. all i remember was the pressure lifting up and me passing out. the next day i told my grandma she said i just had a bad dream. i belived her and went to go take a bath. she was pretty believeable that was until i saw bruises from a pair of really big hands on my neck.
ever since then i’ve been chasing down paranormal rumors and tapeing them so i can show my friends.

Jay says:

July 27, 2006, 5:05 pm

I’ve heard a lot of stories and this one kind of sounds good, but it reminds me to much of a movie call white noise with the girl in a chair and a guy torturing her. I’ve lived in Idaho for 8 yrs, and I’ve visited Pocatello hundreds of times, but i never heard that story before. one more thing, the person that told the story about being thrown around, the same story was told to me by someone who knew someone that it happened to. I believe you.

Colleen says:

August 22, 2006, 2:59 pm

There are many stories about the Kraft house I’m sure none of them are true. Back when I was in highschool it was a creepy place that all the little boys and girls who thought they were witches would go and play with candles and tarrot cards, harmless stuff, but as a kid a bit freaky if you didn’t know what was going on. You can’t go there anymore because it now belongs to Global Food Technologies, my fiance works for them and they have some very hush hush government grant to figure out a new way to process food if you go on there property without prior permission you will be escorted (by the police) off the premises. Fun stories but I don’t believe anybody was killed there and it’s quite obvious that secret rituals no longer take place there.

back-off says:

August 27, 2006, 5:07 pm

how was she raped sitting in a chair?

aimee demendoza says:

September 16, 2006, 8:28 pm

one day me and my sisters friends wher plaing triks on me and my friends and well a lot of things happend and well my sister and her friends sead that thay soll red eyes on the chimine and my other friend got tript and shi got a bump and it was red then green then purple and it has not hapened to know one!!! and my friends dad threw a roke and the key chanie was broken!! and it kuold not brake ever and so it did and spookky stuff hapend that night and it whas true and i em not making this up it was my sisters friends birthday was in halloween and it was that night !!! imagen if that happend to you and iven my sisters friends mom was very sceard !!!!!!!!!!! and it was spooky and then my sisters friend got cuatgh in the tree

Krystal says:

September 23, 2006, 8:28 pm


Believer says:

September 25, 2006, 6:43 pm

Hey look, people believe what they want. Over the years stories get twisted and turned into many different things, half of which is not true. The only real way to get to the bottom of a haunting or story is to research.

As for those that believe that no used to be humans walk the earth after death, and that there are spirits, but they were never human? What the heck where they then? There is enough scientific evidence to prove there is the existence of ghosts, acutal human beings that have past, and are stuck on this earth. Peoples heads have just become so cluttered with heaven or hell, and if you don’t believe this you will go to hell or if you believe that you will go to hell, whatever. Life goes on either in the flesh or in a spirit form, like it or not, hey why don’t you try one of these days to research, go to a haunted place, spend the night whatever, take pictures, voice recordings, video. I will bet 10-1 you will find your proof. Its the non believers that are the ones that give us the most scientific evidence anyway.

Katrina says:

September 28, 2006, 3:30 am

I lived in Pocatello for 14 years and never once heard that story until I moved away. I don’t know about ghosts, but I hope that the crime committed didn’t actually happen!!!!


October 6, 2006, 5:50 pm

Well I live in Idaho Falls and have lived here for 15 years, but that dosent matter. While living hear a various amount of things have happend to me and a number of people I know. I know that there are alot of sceptics out there that call us belivers crazy. Let me tell you whats crazy 100 years ago people thought that flight was not possible and now we are going to space. NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE. I have been to diffent parts of the world and no everywhere I have gone I have felt or seen things along with others that have come along. My family is Mexican and have been to mexico a few times. When my father was a 20 he lived on a ranch in mexico with his family one night my uncles (his brothers) took off to the city and they left my father and instructed him to please stay home and not to move the pickup. After they had gone my dad hotwired the truck and took off to the foothills with his friends. He came home around 2AM wanting to take a leak went to a bush by a wall and saw some red eyes. My dad thought “oh it must me an animal” and he threw a rock at it he say it made a loud noise he grew angry and went to get my dad 357 colt and shot at it he says that it made teh noise louder. He gre very sacred because any animal even if he had missed would have ran away. He suddly said as my grandmother had shown him a young boy an old mexican prayer which translate to “Hail Mary Full Of Grace Hallowed Be Thy Name” he says he felt a breeze and the eyes had disappeared. He never took the truck again. There are a few things every true Mexican knows and you can ask any of them like: la llorona, the lights in the hills (witches) and a few more.


maybal Lewis says:

October 12, 2006, 1:09 pm

you know what I think that is just plain freaky and Im glad I dont live anywhere around there!

maybal Lewis says:

October 12, 2006, 1:10 pm

you know what I think that is just plain freaky

cassy says:

October 13, 2006, 6:03 pm

ok what i think is freaky ok! you people who are talking ****, nock it off this cometts are not to goof around so yeah!! gosh

cassy says:

October 13, 2006, 6:04 pm

ok what i think is freaky ok! you people who are talking ****, nock it off this cometts are not to goof around so yeah!! gosh so i think that its just weird and i dont want to go there..

mariah says:

October 14, 2006, 2:57 pm

ok so yeah i live here in idaho and i never heard of that. but that doesnt mean its not true. but still i will need a lot more evidence to believe that story who you trying to scare a 1 yr old??

mariah says:

October 14, 2006, 2:59 pm


jbn says:

October 16, 2006, 2:54 am

Here’s a good one,I lived in Blackfoot for 10 years in the same lot just put a new home in after I came home from Iraq. Anyway the old house before we baught it a man and his wife that lived in it well he had a heart attack and later passed away in the bed room that my husband and I sleep in. When we first moved here strange thing started to happen. The lights would turn off and on, his wife said one time he stude at the end of her bed and was staring at her. When my husband went into the barn to get a tool John the sprit would play with the lights, my husband got so mad at him that he yeld at him to stop and we never had problems since then in the barn. One day cleaning the house I seen an image of a sprit a male fully dressed with a brown vest and hat on when I seen him he went threw my daughters wall in her room.

roger says:

October 24, 2006, 2:57 am

i live in pocatello, idaho, where is what is left of the kraft house?

Billy Buttrape Jackson says:

November 2, 2006, 1:33 am

I’m the one who did it. It’s not fake. I’ll rape your asses in a chair too, *******!

sally mea says:

November 3, 2006, 2:36 pm

i would never want to go to the KRAFT HOUSE is seems spooky bu t here you can look a picture of me

sally mea says:

November 3, 2006, 2:37 pm

her you go its another siting from sally mea and I just want to say that I know of a haunted house but i dont want to talk about it or my butt will fall off

Melissa says:

November 18, 2006, 4:56 pm

I have lived in Poky all my life and attend Poky high school at the moment. I have never heard the Kraft story but now I want to see the place. They dont have very many stories on here. Like the Stanford Mansion and the Poky High stories. I have heard that a girl hung herself in a locker but Im sure that ones not true but I believe some of the other ones.

Smexy says:

November 26, 2006, 7:29 am

this story sounds like a Sham…

i LOVE plain white t's says:

December 8, 2006, 9:34 am

whoa that is freaky that would be cool though to go see the house and the place where that girl was killed see if u can find another bullet

Arika Farner says:

December 8, 2006, 2:31 pm

OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!! I have an Aunt that lives in melba wih me, and she lives in a house that had a shoot out over 100 years ago. They fixed yp the house so it didnt look like is was torn apart of crappy lokkking. But, she says that in the night, when it is only her, and nobody home but her, and the tv is off, she can hear little kids crying and people talking. I would be soooo scared, yet I would want to try to help.

tracy lee says:

December 19, 2006, 4:15 pm

to cheyenne
WTF u like pickles? how can they be spirits but not from dead people? where u think spirits com from?
dude thats f***t up! really

man in a hat says:

December 22, 2006, 3:21 pm

lee lee lee lee lee lee lee lee lee lee lee lee lee im talking ******* lee

Chinese Fire Crackers says:

December 22, 2006, 3:32 pm


Fire cracker Fire cracker boom boom boom says:

December 22, 2006, 3:33 pm

me and lee and cb could be free flying free tenaciously

@$$, GAS, OR GRASS says:

December 22, 2006, 3:38 pm


Hannah says:

December 31, 2006, 8:02 pm

I would like to see the police report that says all of those calls were made. Then maybe…just maybe I might believe it.

kassidy and briana says:

January 1, 2007, 12:27 am

wow thats really freaky i never want to go there

Jenn says:

January 8, 2007, 11:06 pm

Wow, that story bites! Would be sweet if it was true. Well all but the rape part…but yeah.

james bound says:

January 10, 2007, 9:58 am

idao is an ho

james bound says:

January 10, 2007, 9:59 am

you have drunb srtoies

keven says:

February 2, 2007, 1:50 am

I personally worked in this building yah its creepy even in the day time but other than that its all storys built on other storys. when we enterd the kraft house after being purchaced there were only four phone lines that have ever been installed. and other than signs of a few vagrents staying there, ther was not a lot of anything else.

dallin says:

February 2, 2007, 3:35 pm

can anyone in idaho spell?

keven says:

February 3, 2007, 1:41 am

When spelling a name of a state it should be capitalized. Even if it is Idaho.

Henry says:

February 22, 2007, 8:44 pm

What happened here was horrible, but the creepiest story I read was the one where the cult was in the basement doing some ritual and whoever was thrown around the stairs (which I still have my doubts about) but I do believe something was chocking him or her because that has happened to my friend and cousin.

Alicia Elifritz says:

February 27, 2007, 11:23 pm

This is so scary!!!!!!!! My uncle lives in the same town as the “Kraft House”. He said he went there once and it was scary.

Alicia Elifritz says:

February 27, 2007, 11:24 pm

Thats cool.

Alicia Elifritz says:

February 27, 2007, 11:24 pm

Thats cool.And scary.

Stacie says:

March 8, 2007, 12:14 am

I have lived here foe 15 years and I have heard quite a few different stories about Kraft Rd. Most of which I do believe are “just stories.” Others, I wish I hadn’t ever heard. When I was about 14, I heard the first story about Kraft Rd. I did what every other teenager in town did…..I went up there with a bunch of friends and some liquor. I didn’t see much that first night, but then again I was farely drunk and wouldn’t know what I had seen if I had seen anything. The next day however, my best friends mother had found out what we had sone the night before and made us go up there again. As it turned out we were exploring the wrong part of Kraft Rd. Even though we were by the warehouse, we were not in the right area to see the kind of things that we had heard about. (We had heard stories of the usual witchcraft, sacrifices, ect.) When my best friends mother took us up there the next morning she stayed in the car and made us walk into the trees a little bit. We were annoyed and really did not understand anything that was about to happen. Maybe 25 feet into the trees, we started to smell something awful, then we started to see blood. Splatters at first, then more like puddles. I think back now and I wish that I had just turned away then but I didn’t. What I saw next made my blood run cold and made my breakfast resurface. A foot. Not just any foot. It was a baby’s foot. It was very black. So burnt it was flaky. My friend and I ran back to her mom and told her. We spent the next hour talking to the police. There weren’t any arrests made that I know about but then again, why would they tell me? I was just a 14 year old little girl. I will tell you one thing though. I am 23 now and i have NEVER stepped foot on Kraft Rd. again and I do not intend to. You can believe it or not, frankly I dont give a **** either way, I told my story and that is all that counts.

Janet says:

March 31, 2007, 7:17 pm

I lived in Poky for a while and now in Blackfoot. When I lived there I had heard stories about the Kraft place. Some friends of mine went there one night to check it out. We saw the shadow of someone walking coming from under one of the bay doors and peaked under but saw no one. Just being there was quite creepy. I had not heard any certain story on it until this one. Just a general “someone was killed there”. I would very much like more info on this story and others in the area. I am quite an enthusiast for hauntings and such.

Glen Wilson says:

April 3, 2007, 5:12 am

I lived across the street from Kraft Foods from about 1982 to 1964 never did see any ghosts and I played all over that area. It was in 1993 I heard from a reliable sorce that a woman had been Killed there in reference to santic ritials. I seen pictures of the police sence tape on the building and surrounding areas. There has been a gate there for some time as to keep people out. The police where called there many times to vacate the building as santanic rituals where being preformed. I believe it was 1980s when that happened just before that incident a woman was found killed in the grave yard. Pocatello has many different occult sects. Alot of things have happened there.

Rhonda says:

June 30, 2007, 4:31 am

I grew up in Poky, and as a teenager, I went with my boyfriend and another couple out there to scare ourselves. What happened I will never forget. It sounds like the same type thing happened to other folks as well. In the basement there were robes and burned out candles around on the floor (yes, there were pentagrams on the walls then) in a circle, and a chair in the middle. I had never heard the story of the rape before today, when I read this, and it really spooked me. My boyfriend went over to an elevator shaft and looked down. Someone dropped a cinderblock from above, and it nicked his head. We ran screaming from the place and to the ER because his head was bleeding a lot. He got 8 stitches in his head. I’m not saying it was a ghost, but something definately was there, hiding, and did not want us around.

flubby says:

July 1, 2007, 9:29 pm

I was born and raised in poky for 25 yrs. I have since relocated. Me and my highschool friends went to the Kraft building in 1995. We started out trying to get in through the doors on the South end. We were trying to break the door down and it wasn’t giving in, we suddenly heard someone say “try harder”, this did’nt come from me or any of my friends. For some reason we didn’t care and were determined to make it in. We finally made it in through a window in the front. We spent about 2hrs going through each floor, noticed a lot of graffiti and vandalism wasn’t too scary. Nothing really happened until we left. We climbed out of the window that we entered in and heard @ least 6 hounds barking and howling. We were scared Sh%$$$%%, I started heading towards my car and my friends followed. Suddenly, the dogs all stopped barking at the same time. I jumped in my car, turned on the brights and flipped around. NOTHING at all, not dogs just darkness.
My brother and his friends did the same thing a couple of years earlier (this is where I got the idea). They had 3 flashlights that all went off @ the same time so they all had to get out of there holding eachothers shoulders because they could’nt see.

im a pussy says:

July 7, 2007, 12:43 am

damn it im going to Idaho in a week…and i will see if it is true for myself..cuz i really dont believe this Barney ***** bull

Me says:

July 13, 2007, 11:23 pm

There isn’t a dial tone after someone hangs up the phone, just silence. So either the operators were lying, or this story was made up.

Paul says:

August 10, 2007, 5:03 pm

I was born in Pocatello, and spent much of my childhood there.

I always heard there was occult activity at the Kraft House. I explored the Kraft House several times with friends, and saw pentragrams painted on the walls. It was a spooky place to be around.

What is scarier, is my mother went there one evening with her boyfriend. There was a large semi truck parked outside.

They opened the back of the semi, and it was filled with slaughtered cattle. Not slaughtered in the traditional way, they looked like they had been sacrified.

My mom and her boyfriend opened the cab, and the keys were still in the truck. She took the keys out of the truck, and they took off.

The next morning a strange man visited my mom’s house. She said he had “eyes that looked like glass”. He said he wanted his keys back, and wanted my mom to write down the name of the man that was with her. He said he had “killed a lot of people in his life, and would be back in 30 minutes to get the keys and paper”.

My mom wrote down a phony name on the paper, and gave him the paper and keys when he returned. He left, and she never saw him again.

This is a 100% true story. You can believe it or not, but there are wicked satanists that frequent (or used to) the Kraft house.

There is a lot of hard core Satanism in Pocatello, and Christians in the Pocatello area should pray that the works of Satan would be defeated in the area.

sierra says:

September 24, 2007, 8:48 pm

i live in boise,Idaho and i went to pocatallo and we walked around the kraft house and i saw human like things walking around but then they would dissapear then i heard a crie for help and after that a scream i was going to get help but something stopped me if you say this is fake you know your going to be haunted for the rest of your life.

Skyler Parker says:

September 25, 2007, 12:35 pm

I live in Ririe, about 15 minutes away from I.F. I’ve never heard of this story before, and i really dont believe it’s true. Me and my friends have been to many places like this, and none of them have scared us before. Idaho Falls is a small city compared to cities in other states. We would have heard something about a haunted house if it was real. We spend a lot of our time there. Ha, i’d sleep in it if you talked my parents into letting me.

!!!ME!!! says:

October 17, 2007, 10:01 pm

i currently live in poky and i have NEVCER heard thisstory EVER! so im not really too sure if its real so if any onw thats actuly been there and has actually seen things please tell me cuz i wanna go there if its true!!!!

victor montez says:

December 11, 2007, 3:46 pm

this story is so much bullshit i live next door to the warehouse

victor montez says:

December 11, 2007, 3:47 pm

suck my d i c k this is fake

victor montez says:

December 11, 2007, 3:48 pm

i like giant D I C K in my fat A S S lol

victor montez says:

December 11, 2007, 3:49 pm

i like giant D I C K in my fat A S S

J.Mc. says:

December 12, 2007, 3:09 pm

“Please use correct grammar, capitalization, and punctuation. Let’s try to keep this place looking classy. Real Haunts reserves the right to remove any comment that does not adhere to this requirement or is otherwise inappropriate.” This thread is riddled with trolls/inappropriate comments, etc. Any chance of someone actually enforcing this?

Anyway, someone mentioned that his brother was a Pocatello police officer, and would look into this. Any updates on that?

I’ve tried to Google haunted places in Idaho, and this one seems to come up a lot. There’s a post above by three girls from Kellogg (Kayla, Ally, Alicia), who say they have had some paranormal experiences. I live in Wallace, so I would be interested in hearing some more about that.

Brent James says:

January 7, 2008, 11:31 am


Brent James says:

January 7, 2008, 11:32 am

i ment cheese

Syko says:

February 4, 2008, 10:13 pm

I also live in Poky and this is the first time I have ever heard of the Kraft house. Really interesting story though. I also go t PHS and there are tons of haunting stories about that school. The stories are creepy and some have been ‘proven’ true. Where is the Kraft house. I’d like to see it to believe it

Nestor Hernandez says:

February 27, 2008, 10:36 pm

I Live in Jerome and never heard this before until I read it!I know this girl that went to Pocatello yesterday & she said she saw the house and she knew it too!

jessa&nessa says:

February 29, 2008, 11:44 am

GROSS! poor girl i feel sorry for her. the story might be fake too!

jessa&nessa says:

February 29, 2008, 11:45 am

GROSS! poor girl i feel sorry for her

Britney says:

March 7, 2008, 1:00 pm

I’ve lived in the idaho falls area my whole life now and a couple of weeks ago, i went to the old school house on rich lane in blackfoot. It was the scariest thing i had ever experienced in my life. I went with a few of my friends and we had all been drinking and one of my friends was passed out in the back seat and as soon as we pulled up to the school, she sat straight up and said “where the hell are we?” We all got the worst feeling EVER at that school. Last night, i went to the kraft house. We went under the fence and tried to find a way in but everything was locked and boarded up.. And no one had the same feeling that we had at the school house.. I do believe the stories and i love feeling scared.. I would love to get inside the kraft house, just to see what happened?

Mitch says:

March 15, 2008, 9:24 am

Hello, My name is Mitch and I have lived in Pocatello all my life. I can tell you that the Kraft building is a real place. In fact, when I was in high school a group of my friends and I went out there to break in and check it out. We had heard so many stories about the place. Once we got there my friends decided to chicken out and stay in the car. I decided to go and check it out. While I was walking up to the building I started to hear loud voices coming from the building. The voices sounded muffled, but it sounded like there were hundreds of voices or people in the building. It was about four in the morning, NO lights were on that we could see in the building, and there were no other cars parked around the Kraft building. Once I stopped dead in my tracks hearing this, I turned around and booked it to my car. My friends and I sat in the car with the windows down to see if we could hear anything, but all the voices/sounds had silenced. It was a very wicked experience for me and my friends. Also, for anyone that has lived in Poky their whole life and has never heard of the Kraft building really needs to get out sometime.
Plus, people that think they are being funny by writing stupid stuff about there privates on message boards really needs to act a little older and have at least an ounce of maturity. It’s reasons like this that probably makes you a virgin and from the sounds of it, the love of a woman wont be coming into your life any time soon. I have an 8 year old niece that is more mature than you. And yes, I’m talking about you Victor(I’m still a virgin and live with my mommy)Montez. Grow up and act like you’re at least 12. You are not funny, just stupid. Take what I’m saying as constructive criticism. All right, enough about you.
In conclusion, I will go take pictures of this place and post them online.(They will probably be put on my my space page.) I’ll let anyone who cares know on this site once I’ve posted them. Just maybe, I will get something creepy. Fingers crossed.
Also, anyone out there that has any stories about the Kraft building or just any cool experiences and want to share it, I’m all ears. My email address is
Take care everyone, Mitch
(and for you Victor, I truly wish you some maturity and if you’re going to try to be funny, try starting out by not talking about your *****. You know what they say, men that talk about there little man, it is just that…little.)

Jessica says:

March 26, 2008, 12:24 am

I have lived in Pocatello my whole life and I have just heard stories and stuff like that, so one day me and my friends all wanted to go in there but we all got way to scared and left. But on halloween night my older brother and his friends went up there and they were going to go in but they heard chains being drug across the floor, I have heard alot of stories about the Kraft Building, but I WILL find out for myself. I love being scared, so if any one else knows some reallly really scary places please e mail me at! I would LOVE to hear more stuff. :] Thanks!

Ted says:

March 27, 2008, 12:39 pm

I myself have also gone to check out the Kraft house. I couldn’t find a way into the main building, but my friend and I looked through all of the outside corridors and weren’t too impressed. He got a little freaked out around the back by the trains, and the pitbull we brought was acting nervous, but I’ve investigated paranormal hot spots in New Jersey so I’m not easily spooked. Keep up the hunting.

Ted says:

March 27, 2008, 6:19 pm

Well, sorry to dissapoint my fellow paranormal enthusiasts, but I just got of the phone with the criminal analyst and investigations unit of the Pocatello police department, and there has never been any deaths at the old Kraft cheese processing plant. But, if you’re looking for a good place to start- Lynette Culver was maimed and murdered at the holiday inn here in Poky. Seems like a good hunt to me. Keep searching, just know what you’re looking for before you go… there’s more than just ghosts out there.

George says:

June 12, 2008, 1:23 am

This story is very true. This lady who was killed is my great Aunt her name was bethany. so dont talk sh it on her!!

Brandy says:

July 6, 2008, 4:40 pm

Bethany what? Do you know her last name?

holly says:

July 24, 2008, 10:45 pm

I lived across the street from Bannock house in Pocatello. The home acrooss the street is definatly huanted. Things thrown hair pulled ect. Even my sceptic Mom had her hair pulled upstairs. We left that night.I had a police escort to get my stuff andwon’t even drive past it. It was real scary and a very evil feel to it. Go to it and tell me what you think.

mike says:

September 11, 2008, 6:44 pm

This is full of mis-information…OK. The “Kraft House” is called that because it’s on Kraft road. It was actually called Sweigart’s Meat Packing Plant, and was just that, after it was built in the 40’s. It closed down in the early 70’s. In 1989 the FBI investigated claims of cult activity in the basement, where they found a pentagram etched into the floor nearly 2 inches. There was evidence of animal sacrifice, candle residue, the whole area near the building off the NME (north main extension) is reputed to have been a hot bed of satanic ritual activity. The FBI filled in the basement with concrete in ’89, according to an article from the Idaho State Journal from that year. This article is accessible at the Poky Public Library, and the archives of ISJ. The building has partially fallen down, the remaining structure was a railing and gate shop as of 2007. The whole area is quite tangibly creepy, however.

Jevin says:

October 6, 2008, 1:46 am

i went in the kraft house 3 days ago with a bunch of my friends it was very tripy and i felt like i was being watched the whole time from the time we got their befor we jumped the fence untill we left the factory very tripy stuff

Todd says:

October 9, 2008, 10:23 pm

.I work at the old Kraft Factory, and have for six years. I live in Poky, and have all of my life. This building was built in the 1920’s as a cheese factory by mr. Kraft himself. the founder of the Kraft products you by today. Belive me the stories are true and spinetingling, however if you plan to go see for yourself beware of the dogs they are mean rover the chow would not even go in the basment for a hot dog in the day time. that tells me alot! The old bulding is condemed and very un safe, it is full of pigon droppings that are un healthy to breath and has been known to cause meningitis. It is a very scary place,old and full of history there is a time to look at this place it is in the day time. if you plan to go at night remember this is privite property and you will be prosecuted if caught.

Cade says:

October 18, 2008, 3:29 am

I heard a different version of the story…I heard that sometime in the mid 60’s the man who owned the Kraft factory went insane and killed his little girl inside the factory, and then hung himself inside it. Then the mother comitted suicide by jumping off the roof. Idk which story is true but either way that’s some scary ****.

skeptic says:

October 26, 2008, 1:11 pm

I live near the North Main Extention and use that part of the greenway nearly every day. There are a few sections that are a bit creepy to walk through…my 3 year old even comments that it is scary with no prompting whatsoever.

Autumn*Breeze says:

October 29, 2008, 10:17 pm

This is bull. I live in Poky now. There have been very few murders in this town. There have never been any mentioned at The Kraft House, why you may ask? Because there hasn’t been any there. People get bored and make up stupid stories that are easily proven wrong, like this one.

EllyRainey says:

November 29, 2008, 3:51 am

I have lived in Idaho all my life. I have heard the story of a woman being killed in a warehouse somewhere in Pocatello and it sounds a lot like the story that was relayed here. However there is some difference to the story I heard. The story that I heard was that there was a brutal murder in the middle of the warehouse where the victim (it was never disclosed if the victim was a man or a woman) was tied to a chair and shot. Several years later there was a single call made to 911 from the building location, when officers responded they found a chair, ropes around the chair and a bullet on the seat of the chair. The way I heard it this is still to this day an unsolved case so therefore there wouldn’t be a lot of information out there about this case as there is no statue of limitations on murder.

Coleman says:

November 30, 2008, 1:55 pm

My friends and I wanted a scare for halloween. We heard that this house was haunted. We knew the story of the girl who was killed there. They found the girls body in between two of the walls. When we went inside this building, a big peice of the wall was missing. We were using our cell phones for lights. we looked in the hole and saw piles of hair. We screamed and then the hair was gone. Instanly all of our cell phones died at the same time!

Chelsie says:

January 10, 2009, 7:52 pm

My mom says that is what happened and we live in Pocatello, ID so she should know adout that and it isn’t a bunch of b.S. she also said that other things happened there that isn’t on this site.

Fly Fishing Guy says:

February 23, 2009, 7:47 pm

Humans as a species enjoy the unexplainable. Are UFO’s real? Are GHOSTs real? I think the REAL question is… Are THERE REALLY SCHOOLS IN POCATELLO??? My God people, I have never in my life seen such poor spelling in my life. Get off of your computers and GO BACK TO SCHOOL!!

Shalena says:

March 14, 2009, 4:34 am

I have lived in Pocatello my whole life and yes this story is true. Not only my mother who was a teenage around this time she says its 100% true and other pocatellians will tell you the same. On Halloween the Kraft place is heavily guarded with dogs and with tons of patrol guards. If you even walk about ten ft close you will be questioned and or taken into custody. Most times it all depends. Cats and animals at animal shelters and pet stores can not be sold around halloween because people would to satanic rituals there. And i have spoken to one of my cousins dads who when he was younger did perform satanic rituals there and he would not disclose the things that happened there. SO I totally believe in what happened there.

And i did know the girls name but i forgot and i just asked my mother and she doesn’t rememeber but if i do i will post it.

Mrs H says:

April 15, 2009, 4:48 pm

Does anyone know anything about New Sweden School in Idaho Falls? Have heard a couple stories but nothing really sticks. People have told me about a crazy man that locked himself in the school during school time and set it on fire, but my uncle who works for district 93 says it was closed because it was just too old. If anyone knows for sure please let me know because at this point I am inclined to believe my uncle though freaky things have happened to me, my husband and our friends there.

By the way Jimelle, “supersticious” is actually spelled “superstitious”

And to the other jerks ridiculing Idaho educated people I was educated in Idaho since the 6th grade and I assure you that I can spell.

MIchelle says:

June 2, 2009, 8:15 pm

I saw a question from David on here asking about Blackfoot South. There are a number of tunnels under the ground around there. To my knowledge most, if not all have been sealed off. My mother worked there some years ago and was cleaning outside the room of a patient who had been brought in after murdering her son. She swore that Satan had told her that she had to kill her son to protect her other children. My mother heard this woman screaming and carrying on. Her words to me later were, “I’m not sure what all she was saying but the voice coming out of that room was NOT human!” Makes you wonder how many lost spirits are there from the criminally insane that have lived there over the years.

vwig says:

July 21, 2009, 5:06 am

me and my fiend just got back from there and i haven’t seen anybody say something about how the north side of the building is broke out and the windows and boards make a face with the mouth wide open and teeth bared.

jacob,oscar says:

August 11, 2009, 4:41 pm

this stori really freaks me out and now i want to check it out. all of you that said this was fake you guys do not know anything about ghousts wat so ever.

jacob,oscar says:

August 11, 2009, 4:45 pm

so cool now i want to go there know but my house is freakier because if you went down the stairs you could see a black oval with two white ovals in it and it would follow you everywhere.

Tema Mason says:

September 24, 2009, 1:58 pm

Sounds a little scarey!!!!

Chelsea says:

September 29, 2009, 2:12 am

I live and work in Pocatello. I have seen and felt ghost. They have scared me so bad that I had to leave my job. I had to have people be with me so I could work. This story I have a hard time beleiveing.

schmitty webberson says:

October 10, 2009, 12:26 am

one time me and my uncle richie drove up to the kraft house. a trio of werewolves were waiting for us awkwardly posing in a sexual position. they began to attack our car, removing our tires quicker than a nascar pit stop crew. They burned our tires with a zippo lighter, using them as a campfire. They jerked around the fire in their skinny jeans to “You’re a Jerk” by the New Boyz, as well as sharing scary stories and smoking the peace pipe. Then one of them dropped a duece in my gastank and left.
IN NO WAY IS THIS STORY FALSE. Thanks for reading about my tramatic experience at the legendary kraft house.

ryan cox says:

October 10, 2009, 12:33 am

**** me!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i love kyla carlson

alex hoskins says:

October 10, 2009, 12:35 am

i love basketball minus the basket

jeremy broom says:

October 10, 2009, 12:37 am

skitles and butt floss in your mouth and my groin

PaigeMarie says:

October 13, 2009, 4:42 pm

Well. I don’t know. I think this is a bunch of bullshat(:
But I live in Blackfoot, and the stuff about The State Hospital is true.
There’s not a lot of things that go down around here, but the shat that does is all pretty screwed up.

PaigeMarie says:

October 13, 2009, 4:45 pm

Oh lordy.
The people who get on here annoy me.
Alex, you’re not funny.
Jeremy, Lmfao.

Investigator says:

January 4, 2010, 4:45 pm

Do NOT go into the factory, there is a demon inside there. He has possessed one of my friends. Plus, if you get caught, which i almost did, you will be fined for trespassing. The Bannock County Sheriff has patrols that go up Kraft Road. But who’s going to listen to me? Nobody probably, if you must enter the building, watch your back extremely closely. If anyone has any questions whatsoever, email me at Please put “Kraft Factory” as the subject, Thank You.

Joshhh says:

February 12, 2010, 2:39 am

I live in Coeur d’ alene way up north. Anyone know about any hauntings up here? I really enjoy reading this stuff.

Investigator says:

February 12, 2010, 3:38 pm

Joshhh, according to the Shadowlands Haunted Places Index, there are three places up where you live. Here is a link to the Idaho index, feel free to scroll through.

Joshhh says:

February 12, 2010, 11:30 pm

Thanks investigator! Im suprised they didnt have any kellogg ones. theres a few there for sure. Im really close to spokane and reading about haunted places there are cool. If anyone lives next to washington, read the comments about washington haunted houses. Its the campbell house in spokane. the comments are unreal! most are about 1000 steps. crazy!

If anyone lives northern, I would give anything to experience something like this. I would love to see a ghost for myself!

Investigator says:

February 13, 2010, 7:08 am

Joshhh, if you would be willing to travel down here to Pocatello, maybe sometime in the summer, my accomplice and myself would love to take you to some places here around town. Use my email to get in touch. Please indicate that it is indeed you contacting me. I will be waiting for a reply.

Veronica says:

March 9, 2010, 12:41 pm

WOW! I live here in Idaho, and i’ve never heard of this story.

Jordan says:

March 19, 2010, 6:19 pm

This story is true the womans name was Elizabeth Armstrong… police reports are posted the managers name was John Ripkinze… look in to it deeper if you dont believe me.

Cortney says:

April 12, 2010, 4:22 am

I have not bee to this building personally, but a friend and i were going up to a spot somewhat close to it. And i had told him how my aunt lived down that way, and he had mentioned that house. Now I was raised here in poky and have heard the same story about it quite a few times. I am completely into paranormal phenomenon. This is one place I do want to go visit to see if anything is real. When my friend was telling me about this story I got chills, and i was burning up right before he had told me. I haven’t lived here for 2 years and just moved bak about a month ago. I told some friends I have met over the past couple years and they totally dig the idea about going on an adventure there. Now those of you who do not belive the stories, if it really isn’t as bad as you seem to think it was then the police would not be patrolling and watching for trespassers seeing how they do not do that for any random old creepy abandoned house. However, one can believe what one wants to. Maybe those of you who don’t believe it are skeptics and only believe it if something paranormal happens to you. If you are, that does not mean it is not true. If some people do say it is true that doesnt mean they are crazy and it is in their imagination, that is simply why there is Blackfoot South. Duh!! Anyhwo, My friends and I are super super excited to go to this place to see what’s up.

jake says:

May 6, 2010, 7:04 pm

haha all you people that think this story is fake go in there and you’ll see that everything thats been said is completely true. the chair is still in the basement of the place its very creepy indeed. haha go in there and you’ll see what most of these people have been talking about. i’ve been in there a couple times in fact we had something throwing debris at us from the building connected to it and when we went up there no one was there and yes there are such things as ghost for all those non beleivers. and no theres no night guards it is a felony tresspass if you get caught in there thought so be careful and look out everynow and then. the place is definetly haunted i’ve heard voices and experienced paranormal activity for sure and if you dont believe it, haha just go in and check for yourselves. it has also been said that the bridge leading to it is haunted by a little girl who drowned there. she pops up from the water but i dont believe that part is true. its definetly haunted and one of the more scarier places i’ve ever been to. if you dont know how to get in you have to get on the lower roof either by jumping to it from the train carts of climbing up the other side by the bolts……good luck ha

jake says:

May 6, 2010, 7:15 pm

I’ve also lived in pocatello all my life so if you dont live here there’s a good chance THAT YOU HAVE NO IDEA WHAT THE HELL YOUR TALKING ABOUT! so all you retards that live in blackfoot or i.f. or a.f. shut up haha

PaigeMarie says:

May 6, 2010, 9:01 pm

***** off Jake (: ’cause it’s bull shiiiiit.

Rochelle says:

May 25, 2010, 10:47 pm

I went to the Kraft house last weekend with soe friends. EVERYTHING is true. We went inside the Kraft house, and there is blood, and weird starts with circles painted all around the floor. We also found several animal skeletons, and knifes. I am never ever going back there again.

sadie says:

August 9, 2010, 5:20 pm

i have went to this craft house my friends told me about it one night so we went to check it out the first couple steps up to that building gave me the chills something didnt feel rite hairs on the back of my neck stood up the way into that building is shut now by woodish door looking thing the only way in is to climb the building by the train and get in by the roof at the time we had no flash lights just cell phones the time we thought we were gonna get it we heard the train coming so we jumped the fence and ran back to the car nothin would ever explain the way i felt that night i at some point wanna go back to see if this story about that chair is true some of my other friends have been inside and seen the chair in the middle of the room but lost service to there cell phones……as if something didnt want them to call if they needed it

Kit says:

September 9, 2010, 7:32 pm

You missed a story. There’s a hotel in Nezperce Idaho that has a ghost in it. If you stay there on the right night, you can hear people walking around and talking on the third floor. People have often seen a lady in a red dress on the second floor and said lady has baked my father chocolate chip cookies. He didn’t get to eat them, though. The only thing I should add… The hotel doesn’t have a third floor.

Ted says:

September 26, 2010, 5:57 pm

Cheyenne; When you die, you do NOT go to heaven or hell, you will not go to heaven or hell until after the rapture, which is the 2nd coming of Christ. It is written in the Bible “for the dead know nothing they are meerly sleeping” and the spirits that anyone sees are from the dead or evil demons, the movie the excorsist is fictional, but being demon possessed is VERY possible just like the movie.

Ted says:

September 26, 2010, 7:16 pm

I have lived in Blackfoot since ’97 and have heard several stories about the “supposedly” Haunted Skool House on Rich Lane if anyone has any info on that, Email me Thx

Tyler says:

October 6, 2010, 6:13 pm

I worked in the old Kraft building for 2 years from 2004-2006, It is now owned by Global Foods and Idaho Rail Shop. During the time I worked there I made improvements to every level in the building, there is a lot of pegan activity that goes on in the upper floors. As far as the basement, i do not recommend going down there, I have never been a believer of things like this but the basement is very disturbed. A dog lived in the building while I worked there and we used to throw food down the stairs and he refrained from going down there no matter what. I did become aware of the story about the girl who was raped and murdered while I worked there. The only thing to worry about is the basement

AP says:

October 26, 2010, 5:53 pm

Tyler, Im curious to know who you worked for when you were here? Did you work with Tim Omans or Russ Lattimer? Ive been down in the basement countless times & although it is very creepy, I have never had a “paranormal” experience down there. All the activity Ive wittnessed has always been on the ground floor. There is a 2 bedroom apartment upstairs that has been sealed off, I spent 3 days up there running gas lines & constantly looking over my shoulder but except for a strange feeling of being watched did not experience anything. The main level is another story however……..

toni toni and lutenant lollypop says:

October 30, 2010, 9:09 pm

we are three strong paranormal activivists and we are are having mixed feelings about ths story we have yet to see a comment on the actual location of the building and wud really apreciate it if some could give us the actual address because we would love to check it out and get some actual evps and other info thanx bunches

Michelle says:

November 1, 2010, 1:39 pm

The Kraft factory is owned by a different company now. It is on Kraft road, right off the Main Extension in Pocatello. We went by there on Saturday. It is really lit up and apparently there are workers there all the time.

Norma Jimenez says:

November 12, 2010, 4:40 pm

This was a pretty lame story it seems like a lie to me i like to read things that make me feel a chill and obviously this didnt :(

TheGirl says:

November 19, 2010, 10:07 pm

Hey soldier85, At least us Idahoans know how to spell FROM…southerners! Try spending a night camping by the river in Fort Hall then decide if our haunted stories suck.

April says:

December 6, 2010, 11:04 pm

My great grandmother owned a few of those old houses off of craft road the white one which was once a log cabin that has siding added to it and the little brown one behind it down the street a ways. She also owned the house across the street as well as some of the field that is still there she later sold it to the city. My dad lived in the brown house and his grandmother lived in both the other houses. I can tell you that many of the ghost stories told there are real. The Kraft warehouse story is true my grandma worked there when kraft was still in business and knew the owners of the place. I can tell you there is an old road behind the white house that leads down into the hills and near the river. That part of town is near a reservation and Im sure things were disturbed over the years plus alot of people hard on thier luck lived there there was some violence over the years. On the land my great grandmother owned at one time there was a fire that burned down to of the old houses she tore them down and built a chicken coop in the area. In one of the old houses a man lived there and when it burned down he died in it. If any of you guys want to hear anything else I know feel free to message me.

April says:

December 6, 2010, 11:18 pm

My great grandmother owned a bunch of the land and several of the old houses that are off of Kraft road at one time. The city later some of the land where the fields still are. My dad lived in the little brown house down the road on the right hand side a ways and the little white house that is now sided it was once a log cabin and the house directly across from it were my great grandmothers. I can tell you alot of the stories are real. The area is near a reservation as much of poky and black foot are. The Kraft story is true my grandma worked there at the time and the hauntings arent just restricted to the Kraft factory and house but many of the old houses there are. There is an old road that used to go down to the hill behind the white house and down near the river. There are old tunnels there some of the houses connected to these tunnels why I am not sure. I know of a fire that killed an old man that lived on one of the properties and destroyed the house and the one next to it. My great grandmother built a chicken coop in the area of the property after tearing down the houses. In the brown house there is a lady with red eyes that haunts the place. As for Satanic ritual s alot of that has happened over the years my aunt was part of some of it. It can be a fun place to go ghost hunting with permission but dont screw with it at night without permission you will get caught and arrested tresspassing.

tiny b says:

June 25, 2011, 1:06 am

what was the girls name i would like to go there and talk to her

marie says:

October 3, 2011, 12:06 pm

I’ve lived in Pocatello all my life and was 16 at that time. My parents watched the news every night and there was never any murder reported, something like that would have been all over the news. Its just a abandoned building where teens use for a hangout, do a little satanic junk and get high.

Jonas says:

November 25, 2012, 5:57 pm

I thought it would be a farmhouse haunted by dead potatoes. XD

alex says:

October 3, 2014, 8:03 pm

It seems as though most of these comments start with, “I have lived in Pocatello my entire life.” I’m going to have one of the few different comments by finishing with that statement. So I have lived in Pocatello my entire life.

samantha says:

October 4, 2014, 8:13 pm

Does this have actual haunted houses or just stories?

unknown says:

December 31, 2014, 8:07 pm

a couple weeks ago, this place burned down. people think it was something that has to do with chemicals. not a lot of people are sure on what really happened.

Shawn says:

December 6, 2016, 8:25 pm

wow you guys are so short-sighted and narrow-minded there is no Satanism in Pocatello Idaho because I’m a Satanist and I cannot find anyone like me and you should do your homework because true Satanist don’t do blood sacrifice ritualistic killing that’s all the ride from Hebrewtrue sadness love children and animals and hold them in the deepest highest regard Wheel of Life and respect it and we have more morals than most people of narrow-minded religious background because they choose to follow organized religion which is created to do nothing but control Humanity slap yourself in the f****** face and wake up to reality you’ve been living a life that is a lie that’s what happens when you go with what other people teach and say is truth and you don’t find out for yourself

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