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Question of the Day: Spooky Easton Spots

What is the "spookiest" spot in Easton?

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Easton is known for its open space, woods and swamps. While the many natural resources make for great hiking, mountain biking and scenery in the day time, it could get spooky when the sun goes down.

Lets not forget about Easton's many graveyards and old buildings, either.

In the spirit of Halloween, what is the spookiest spot in the Town of Easton?

JF October 29, 2011 at 07:43 PM
When I was young, I always found Village cemetery kind of scary. Then there's some woods in Borderland that's kind of creepy. But now my back yard is about the scariest of all due to the trillions of deer ticks. I have got Lyme twice. I had Elichiosis once, and my wife has had Lyme 2 times also. I would imagine half of Easton has Lyme and doesn't even know it due to a "target rash" being visible only 50% of the time. If you want to scare me, just show me a deer tick! They really do get as small as the period right here ->.
Diane E. Peterson November 01, 2011 at 12:02 PM
I think Town hall is the spookiest spot!
Janet Sroczynski November 01, 2011 at 01:34 PM
Try alumni hall at Stonehill, and at night...late '70's to early '80's....
Bill "The Swede" Anderson November 01, 2011 at 04:14 PM
Masonic Temple in the attic at Oakes Ames Memorial Hall.

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