U.S. Route 322

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General Anthony Wayne was buried, unearthed, then boiled so he could be transferred to his family grave. It is said that he lost some bones along the way and was reburied as an incomplete body. Some people still see him wandering along this road (used to transfer him); he is rotting, missing parts, and looking for his lost bones.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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41.313620, -79.638015
United States

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41.313652027445656, -79.63807359391785
Venango County, Pennsylvania
Nearest Towns:
Seneca, PA (5.6 mi.)
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Saint Petersburg, PA (10.5 mi.)
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