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Jaquins Pond - Clymer NY Real Haunted Place

  • Caflisch Road
  • Clymer, NY
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A swampy woodland bearing narrow dirt roads and three bridges, Jaquin’s Pond has long been the subject of rumors and local ghost stories. All three bridges are said to be haunted by a bus driver named George, who killed himself after his a little boy died on his bus in a vehicular accident. If you stop your car on the third bridge and say George’s name three times, he might appear before you and your doors will lock on their own. The ponds is also said to have road which splits into two paths—one dark and one light. Teen suicides are rumored to frequently occur on the dark path.
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  • Scary even in daytime!

    took a drive thru here in the bright light of daytime. It was over whelming odd. took the 'dark path' and it was like it was dusk, hear many unexplained sounds, and truely felt scared. I have investigated the paranormal for years, would love to go back at night, But NOT alone.

    Posted 10/15/16

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