Casey's Cottage

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Casey’s Cottage was once the 1906 Mexico Point Club House, and was renovated into a medieval manor house by Dr. William C. (Bill) Casey and Severin Bischof. After Dr. Casey passed away in 1978, the cottage was abandoned for years but has since been restored and can be rented for events. Legend has it that a young woman was buried under a tree on the property, and witnesses have seen her apparition and heard her cries for assistance coming from the area of the lake. Also reported here have been fast-moving apparitions, moving furniture, missing objects that turn up in weird places, orbs, cold spots, disembodied voices and more.

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Geographic Information

Address:
120 Mexico Point Drive
Mexico, NY
United States

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GPS:
43.519679, -76.25513669999998
County:
Oswego County, New York
Nearest Towns:
Mexico, NY (4.4 mi.)
Pulaski, NY (7.2 mi.)
Parish, NY (10.2 mi.)
Sandy Creek, NY (12.1 mi.)
Lacona, NY (12.7 mi.)
Altmar, NY (12.7 mi.)
Oswego, NY (13.6 mi.)
Minetto, NY (14.0 mi.)
Fulton, NY (15.8 mi.)
Ellisburg, NY (15.9 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.mexicopointpark.com/casey-s-cottage.html

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