TAMAQUA TRAIN DEPOT (Tamaqua, Schuylkill County) Built in 1873 to replace a burned out station, the depot served the Philadelphia & Reading Railroadstop up until 1961. After sitting abandoned for two decades, preservationists have the building up and running. The spooks enjoy their new company. In 1878, the station was an overnight warehouse for the bodies of six hung Molly Maguires, including their leader, Black Jack Kehoe, before they were transported home for burial. They were packed in ice and stored in the waiting room. It's said they've never left. There are all kind of poltergeist activities there. Electrical devices malfunction. Disembodied voices are heard. There are cold spots, spectral lights, and photographs of orbs. Psychics and ghost hunters have found spirit activity to be rampant, but haven't put a finger on just who the spirits belong to yet. But they do have one bit of chilling evidence. In response to a psychic's questioning, one spectral voice was caught on tape asking "Can you help me?" That's a tough one to answer.