The ruins of this sugar mill, built around 1830, are rumored to lie on the site of a chapel built by Christopher Columbus. The ruins are said to be haunted by Seminole Indians, who run through the woods in the early morning hours, and dark shadow people, who appear near sunset.
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- 600 Old Mission Rd.
New Smyrna Beach, FL
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- 29.00910648574686, -80.94077110246872
- Volusia County, Florida
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