Lover's Lane

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It is said that back in the 18th century this was part of a well-known road used by French settlers. Some of them seem to have liked it enough to stick around – on some nights locals swear they can hear an eerie creaking sound, as if of wagon wheels.

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Lover's Lane
Boonville, NY
United States

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43.4776934, -75.30212660000001
Oneida County, New York
Nearest Towns:
Boonville, NY (1.8 mi.)
Port Leyden, NY (7.6 mi.)
Constableville, NY (8.8 mi.)
Lyons Falls, NY (10.7 mi.)
Turin, NY (11.7 mi.)
Remsen, NY (11.9 mi.)
Prospect, NY (14.2 mi.)
Barneveld, NY (15.3 mi.)
Holland Patent, NY (16.5 mi.)
Rome, NY (19.9 mi.)


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    • could you maybe embellish a little here? consdiering thel ocatino it is unlikely it was french settlers so anything you can add wopuld be of interest

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