Five Stones of River Road

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The 5 mysterious stones have no known purpose, but those who love nearby say that on moonlit nights, singing voices can be heard around them. Some say they are the voices of long-gone Native Americans who lived here long ago.

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    Geographic Information

    North of River Road and View St
    Brunswick, ME
    United States

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    43.91934499968543, -69.98978787647508
    Cumberland County, Maine
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    1. I live nearby and have not seen or heard anything “spooky’ in the area. I figure they are likely post road markers from the early days of the postal service.

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