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Where is spook mountain in yuma arizona?

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drive north on 95 from 8  for about 4 miles then just before the canal at madona road take right and follow the canal just past the cement plant. then follow the road until you can cross over closer to the railroad line. go for about 5  miles and you will pass a desert settlement with a few old rvs and a slow down sign. after that you will see another place with old railroad or mining equipment. it says keep out. about an eighth of a mile past that look careful for a really small tunnel under the tracks of the railroad it will be on your right. it may looks small but my full size ford f350 got through without tucking the mirrors.

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