Duncan Hallow

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A cabin was built by a hermit named Fred Quick on the property of a local farmer. One day his body was found dead in his cabin with his wife missing. Later in the 70’s the owner of the farm found signs of satanic rituals being preformed in the cabin. Several of his livestock were found sacrificed and their heads mounted on stakes. Ever since this the whole forest has had an unsettling feeling. You feel like you are being watched. Darker entities are seem and poltergeist activities have been recorded. Malevolent entities and human spirits are thought to reside there. Fred Quick is said to be one of the entities. Energy is increasingly more powerful the closer one gets to the cabin.

(Submitted by Tanner)

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39.5032814, -77.2931920
United States

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39.4983784, -77.29135480000002
Frederick County, Maryland
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