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Perhaps because it was populated long before Europeans ever landed on its shores, Long Island boasts a surfeit of myths and legends. The celebrated Fire Island lighthouse is supposedly haunted by the lighthouse keeper’s daughter, who died while awaiting medical attention. Some say her footsteps can be heard to this day. The Grumman Memorial Park in Calverton is a hotbed of supernatural activity, and some investigators claim it’s due to the extraterrestrial contributions to the company’s advances in aerospace technology. Visitors have reported stopped watches, compasses malfunctioning, cars and other machinery suddenly losing power, and side roads that appear and disappear. Some claim this is due to clandestine military and government tests, while others are convinced the area is home to a strong magnetic field or entrance to an alternate dimension. Another UFO crash allegedly occurred at Southhaven County Park. John Ford, who reported seeing the wreckage and alien escape pods, subsequently set out to assassinate three local officials in Suffolk County, who he believed were covering up the event. He was declared unfit to stand trial. Mount Misery is the name given to an area in West Hills from Sweet Hollow Road to Jericho Turnpike. When early settlers bought the land from Native Americans, they were warned that Mount Misery was the home of malicious entities. The Montauk Monster washed up dead on Ditch Plains Beach. It was never definitively identified, with some experts claiming it was a bloated raccoon, while others were convinced an experiment on the nearby Plum Island Animal Disease Center had gone awry. However, similar corpses have since washed up near the Brooklyn Bridge and on a Rockaway beach, and as far away as Ontario, Panama, and Spain. Could it be that an experiment off the shores of Long Island has migrated to other parts of the world?