Scriba Intersection

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The deadly Scriba Intersection at Route 104 and Klocks Corners has been the unfortunate scene of many a car crash, a two-way stop obscured by a large hill. Locals say that the park near the intersection is a gathering place for the spirits of those who have lost their lives here. Their apparitions are said to show up in shades of gray and look up and down the roads as if dreading another accident.

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Geographic Information

Rt 104 and Klocks Corners
Scriba, NY
United States

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43.4654301, -76.43059119999998
Oswego County, New York
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