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Man Finds a ‘Missing Person Shrine’ in the Woods of Long Island

This Halloween season is already off to a terrifying start with people running around dressed up as clowns, scaring people and even taunting kids at elementary schools, but the story I have for you today takes the cake in my opinion. James Rankin was hiking in the woods of Long Island’s Berkeley Jackson County Park […]
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