Hanging Tree - Real Patchogue Haunt
Numerous deaths have occurred at this location near Swan River and Grove Avenue in Patchogue. During colonial times, it was the site of execution for women accused of witchcraft. In more recent times, there was a suicide committed here. There are numerous reports of the area being haunted. Some visitors have witnessed a ghostly lady in white, moving shadows, strange lights, and the feeling of dreadful hot/cold spots. For those who have come to investigate, there are reports of equipment being knocked off of people's hands and cameras suddenly malfunctioning.
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No such thing as witches
Any alleged paranormal activity can be attributed to the numerous homeless and illegal immigrants in Patchogue. The town is a hell hole.Posted 6/29/19
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