On September 11th, 1780, 15 patriot soldiers met their mark when ambushed by Seneca Indians and tories as they rested at a clearing along the little Nescopeck creek in what is now the borough of Conyngham.|
This fateful day is known as the Sugarloaf massacre. A development not far from this scene is haunted with the cries of the fallen men. You often hear the war calls of the Native Americans in the wee hours of the morning.
Submitted by Caspian
Comment by Johnny: Where in Sugarloaf is this?.|
Categories: man, soldiers, creek, massacre, war
These are some of the spooky things that have happened in nearby cities and towns.
Conyngham 1 miles away: So myself and three of my buddies are amateur ghost hunters, and there is this house in Sugarloaf directly next to Conyngham. We have done numerous ghost hunts in this house, and it never disappoints ...
Sheppton 6 miles away: 1 night of every year you can see a girl in a wedding dress with flowers at the bottom of it walking on Franklin Street....
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