There’s an area of trailer homes called the “Astor Campsites” on Gobble(r) Road in Astor, Florida where a “glowing white male” is reported to have been seen walking down the road at night. Mapping this location is a bit tricky because sometimes it comes up as “Turkey Drive” and other times “Gobble Road”. Both locations are within a stone’s throw of each other. If any of our readers can provide additional information though, we’d really appreciate it!
At least one member of a local paranormal group has warned that this area may not be ideal for ghost hunting due to one or more “dangerous locals” that lives in the area. Proceed with caution!
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- Gobble Rd
Astor, FL 32102
- 29.169681323781766, -81.54102087020874
- Lake County, Florida
- Nearest Towns:
- Astor, FL (1.1 mi.)
Pierson, FL (6.6 mi.)
Seville, FL (10.6 mi.)
Lake Kathryn, FL (11.1 mi.)
De Leon Springs, FL (12.0 mi.)
Paisley, FL (12.9 mi.)
Pittman, FL (13.2 mi.)
Lake Mack-Forest Hills, FL (13.6 mi.)
Altoona, FL (15.5 mi.)
West DeLand, FL (16.4 mi.)
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