Port Perry Ghost Road

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The Ghost Road legend begins around 1968 with a young man who crashed on a motorcycle and, in some versions, was decapitated on a rusty barbed-wire fence. Now, a big round white light speeds down the road before turning into a small red light, sometimes accompanied by the sound of a motorcycle.

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    Geographic Information

    Pine Point Rd
    Port Perry, ON

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    44.14803091810161, -78.87340593268164
    Durham Regional Municipality
    Nearest Towns:
    Port Perry, ON (4.5 mi.)
    Burketon Station, ON (7.7 mi.)
    Myrtle Station, ON (10.2 mi.)
    Manvers, ON (10.3 mi.)
    Blackwater, ON (10.5 mi.)
    Tyrone, ON (12.0 mi.)
    Pontypool, ON (12.4 mi.)
    Pentypool, ON (12.4 mi.)
    Uxbridge, ON (12.5 mi.)
    Bethany, ON (15.4 mi.)


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