Buckout Road

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On Buckout Road, aka Head Road, rumors surround a house that has several Xs around it. Some say it is a place where witches were caught and put to death long ago. Others say a gang of cruel albinos lives here and attacks visitors. Legend has it that some school kids were taunting the albinos one night. They drove up to put an M-80 in their mailbox, but when one of them opened the box, a child’s head rolled out. It is because of this legend that some call it Head Road.

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Buckout Road
Westchester, NY
United States

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41.055523, -73.748719
Westchester County, New York
Nearest Towns:
White Plains, NY (1.7 mi.)
Valhalla, NY (1.9 mi.)
Purchase, NY (2.0 mi.)
Fairview, NY (2.7 mi.)
Hartsdale, NY (3.6 mi.)
Elmsford, NY (3.7 mi.)
Scarsdale, NY (4.0 mi.)
Rye Brook, NY (4.2 mi.)
Hawthorne, NY (4.3 mi.)
Glenville, CT (4.8 mi.)


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    • that is interesting and might explain a lot. The leatherman was a local curiosity in the late 19th early 20th century in this region, Quebecois wanderer he walked a circuit in the lower Hudson river valley, begging for handouts, staying mainly in local shallow caves-most famously in Pound ridge park, and dressed all in panels of leather. him moving through the trees in twilight might easily be mistaken for some spectre.

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