There are stories about “ghost children” playing in the old celery fields off of Andrew and Chapman – to the casual observer they appear to be normal children, but approach and try to speak to them and they will disappear right in front of your eyes. (Not sure the exact location of these “fields” since Google Earth shows this area to be fairly well-covered in forest since at least the 1990s.)
The same sources that discuss this also say similar happenings occur “a few miles away on Anders Street”, but as far as we can tell there is no street by that name in Oviedo or anywhere closeby. Anyone who can fill us in on the details, please do!
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- Andrew Lane and Chapman Road
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- 28.6392057, -81.22871190000001
- Seminole County, Florida
- Nearest Towns:
- Oviedo, FL (2.5 mi.)
Goldenrod, FL (4.1 mi.)
Alafaya, FL (5.3 mi.)
Union Park, FL (6.0 mi.)
Winter Springs, FL (6.3 mi.)
Chuluota, FL (6.4 mi.)
Casselberry, FL (6.6 mi.)
Winter Park, FL (7.2 mi.)
Fern Park, FL (7.5 mi.)
Longwood, FL (8.0 mi.)
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