Tiger Trail

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“Tiger Trail” is the local name for SW 180th Avenue in Dunnellon, FL. It was the location where part of the 2001 film “Jeepers Creepers” was filmed. And maybe for good reason… there are local claims that the ghosts of three children killed at the intersection of Tiger Trial and the high school road appear around 3am in the area.

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Tiger Trail
Dunnellon, FL
United States

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29.075860390654796, -82.41944175770266
Marion County, Florida
Nearest Towns:
Dunnellon, FL (3.1 mi.)
Citrus Springs, FL (6.2 mi.)
Pine Ridge, FL (10.0 mi.)
Beverly Hills, FL (11.2 mi.)
Black Diamond, FL (12.0 mi.)
Hernando, FL (12.5 mi.)
Citrus Hills, FL (13.0 mi.)
Morriston, FL (14.3 mi.)
Inverness Highlands North, FL (14.8 mi.)
Inglis, FL (15.4 mi.)


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  1. Ive seen the kids. There were 4 of us in a car one Sat night around 12:30am and we saw them. The one said something as we slowly drive by, we turned around and they were gone.

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