Buck Hill

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Buck Hill has a legend about a logger’s family during the Depression. The daughter vanished one night while chasing the pet dog, who had run off. Theh logger searched for her and eventually went mad. His ghost still searches for her, and his lantern is seen as ghost lights in the area. The balls of light, seen at close range, are baseball-size white, amber or green lights that will occasionally flare up to much larger.

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Geographic Information

Buck Hill Road
Round Lake, ON

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45.5928638, -77.5529416
Renfrew County
Nearest Towns:
Killaloe Station, ON (7.2 mi.)
Barry Bay, ON (9.9 mi.)
Barrys Bay, ON (9.9 mi.)
Golden Lake, ON (14.7 mi.)
Foymount, ON (15.1 mi.)
Combermere, ON (15.9 mi.)
Eganville, ON (22.3 mi.)
Madawaska, ON (22.6 mi.)
Petawawa, ON (24.9 mi.)
Petewahweh, ON (24.9 mi.)


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