Red Feather Trail

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There are stories told by the local residents of Country Lake Estates of a strange, ghostly figure of a man that is often spotted walking Red Feather Trail late at night. He’s often humming or singing a song to himself. You’ll catch him out of the corner of your eye, but when you glance directly towards him, the figure mysteriously disappears.

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Geographic Information

Red Feather Trail
Browns Mills, NJ
United States

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39.9428135, -74.54413420000003
Burlington County, New Jersey
Nearest Towns:
Country Lake Estates, NJ (0.0 mi.)
Presidential Lakes Estates, NJ (2.3 mi.)
Browns Mills, NJ (2.9 mi.)
Magnolia, NJ (6.2 mi.)
McGuire AFB, NJ (7.0 mi.)
Fort Dix, NJ (7.2 mi.)
Pemberton Heights, NJ (7.3 mi.)
Wrightstown, NJ (7.5 mi.)
Pemberton, NJ (7.6 mi.)
Cedar Glen Lakes, NJ (7.7 mi.)


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