Located midway between the west coast of British Columbia and the gold fields further north, Cache Creek was the perfect place for miners to load up on supplies during the Gold Rush in the 1890s.
It was incorporated as a village in 1967 and it’s now it’s a hotbed of geocaching activity, but I can’t find evidence of any hauntings. Not even this nifty souvenir spoon with a tiny miner at the top seems possessed. So disappointing.
Try harder, ghosts of Cache Creek!