11/18/2019 1:27:57 PM
Wow. This blew my mind. I spent as many days as I could on this property when I was a teenager in the early 80's -- when this legend is said to have occurred. So of course when I saw this page, and three others including a video, I had to go check it out personally. We went just 4 months after the video was taken. So what we found had been done, had just happened. The paint was fresh.
I've just uploaded the pictures I took.
|Fort Erie Rocks says:|
4/29/2015 7:49:55 PM
Thanks for this great site, can't wait to see some amazing old places.
12/15/2012 12:52:06 PM
Weeeellll that was disturbing as all hell, I say whoever spends the night there gets a prize! It has to be fully documented and more than one person
|Golson Moldon says:|
12/15/2012 10:22:00 AM
Haven't been able to log in for a while - busy. Glad this was still on the list. Great job gs.
|doom vs says:|
12/13/2012 8:55:31 PM
@ trailpro...in Middlesex county. Goes by 'vigilante schoolhouse'. If you visit, careful that just inside there is lots of broken glass and cut up wire. Seems on purpose.
12/13/2012 8:42:26 PM
I thought you might have.
Looking forward to seeing that.
@doom....whats the name of that said entry?
|ground state says:|
12/13/2012 3:42:58 PM
I have indeed and thought about them the whole time I was constructing this story. I am in the process of including a neat location in Niagara that ties in (truly this time) with their story.
12/13/2012 3:37:19 PM
Ya i showed my pa this entry last night and he got a kick out of it too, made him laugh. Said it reminded him of these people, an actual true story. Said there was a film made about them years ago and Max Haines wrote about them.
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