|THE ALLEGED HAUNTED STREET OF WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NY
|Westchester County's alleged haunted street Buckout Road
|Named after the Buckhout family, Buckout Road in Westchester County NY is full of spooky urban legends and an eerie history.
It is said to be the most haunted street in New York State and is the subject of a new feature film starring Danny Glover.
|The woodsy back road connects the eastern part of White
Plains to the western part of neighboring Harrison has been
the center of myth, lore, and nightmares for generations.
Scary tales of three executed witches burned at the stake , a
clan of cannibal albinos, the residence of serial killer Albert
Fish, and various ghost sightings among other urban legends
have circulated the area for decades.
The history includes murders, Revolutionary War battles, the
underground railroad, arson, suicides, grave robbings, ghost
sightings, and visits from the infamous Leatherman.
Some claim the area is haunted, others are in disbelief.
Investigate the facts and draw your own conclusions.
|Learn all there is to know about Buckout Road in my
non fiction book.
"Flesh Eating Albinos"
"Missing Graves & Stolen Corpses"
"Some Things About Mary & Her Ghost"
"Buckhout The Mad Murderer"
and much more including details on all the urban
legends, the history, and the people including John
Buckhout, The Leatherman, Albert Fish, William
Muldoon, and more.
|My book about all things Buckout Road
|Click to order as a
170 page paperback
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|2017 - BuckoutRoad.com - Eric Pleska - the first site for all things Buckout Road created in 2001. Moved from BedOfNailz.com
|Visitors of Buckout Road including
current & former residents often
share their stories via this website:
|"I know who found the farmer dead, laid
out in a cross shape in front of the front
porch, eyes open, gone. I used to feel
something looking at me from the window
that was on the third floor of the house,
facing west, which I could see from my
bathroom window, a dark hole of terror, I
went in the house, cluttered with junk and
went into the Buckhout mansion at 13,
scared, Love Lane, the slaughter houses,
the church that was trashed, saw a car off
the road once, and the best is probably
when I was maybe 13 or 14, walking past
the small graveyard, jumped up on the
wall, and saw in horror (at 14) the empty
freshly dug pit that contained Mary
Foster's coffin, stolen, with two shovels
left behind. She had a stone up there, and
they were all knocked over" - Rick
|Have questions about Buckout Road or want to
share your stories?
Get in touch now!
|Before purchasing please be aware this book is not a fictional horror story.
This book is also not a narrative story of my personal experiences on Buckout Road.
It doesn't read like a normal chap book.
Instead, this is a collection of facts laid out in chronological order of all things pertaining
to Buckout Road and the surrounding area broken up into quick easy to read chapters.
This is designed for people to easily soak in the local history and urban legends of what has been dubbed the most haunted street in NY.