Mount Misery Road

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Legends abound about this narrow country lane, including that of a Lady in White who walks along the roadside and a phantom of a man who committed suicide hanging from a bridge. Demon dogs, ghostly faces in tree trunks, unexplained lights and misty apparitions also have been reported, as well as a group of spectral men in black suits and Mary, who haunts the cemetery.

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Geographic Information

Address:
Mount Misery Road
West Hills, NY
United States

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GPS:
40.80822084905298, -73.43328005078735
County:
Suffolk County, New York
Nearest Towns:
West Hills, NY (0.6 mi.)
Melville, NY (1.4 mi.)
South Huntington, NY (2.1 mi.)
Woodbury, NY (2.2 mi.)
Plainview, NY (2.8 mi.)
Old Bethpage, NY (3.3 mi.)
Huntington Station, NY (3.3 mi.)
Syosset, NY (3.8 mi.)
Laurel Hollow, NY (3.9 mi.)
Huntington, NY (4.2 mi.)

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