Jayne's Hill - Real Haunted Place
- West Hills County Park - Sweet Hollow Road
- Melville, NY
Jayne’s Hill is the highest point on Long Island culminating at 400 feet above sea level. It has also been called High Hill or Oakley Hill and was a favorite place to visit for Walt Whitman, who was born nearby and enjoyed climbing the hill later in his life. It is also allegedly host to Walt Whitman’s ghost, which has been seen walking and heard singing along the connecting trail. There have even been rumors of UFO activity around the area.
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I went there in high school a bunch of times with a group of our friends, this one time i went to down to tie my shoe and my friend said omg do you see what I see it was a woman in white standing by a tree we both starred in shock, my friend ran i looked at it one more time it was still there and I flew ! Posted 6/28/16
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I went there years ago
Me and a few buddies went one Halloween night and we parked under the bridge with the car in neutral and it started rolling as if someone was pushing it. It was the freakiest shit I've ever seen Posted 1/13/16
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