A scary, scary place. A barren circle in the middle of the forest. One
of North Carolina's oldest legends. For hundreds of years,
nothing has grown in the eerie 40-ft spot. Locals claim that things
left in the ring at night are gone by dawn. Explanations of the strange
place include Indian folklore, Druid priests, extra-terrestrial visits
and a bizzare Satanic tale. The story claims that the Devil himself
makes nightly walks here, keeping the ground sterile and charred as he
plots his evil plans. Changing very little since it was discovered long
ago, even scientists from the Department of Agriculture cannot explain
the mysterious Devil's Tramping Ground.
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.:: Reed House Bed & Breakfast Inn
.:: Hammock House at Cape Lookout.
.:: Harper House south of Smithville.
.:: Founders College
.:: MacIntosh Mine near Reed Gold Mine.
.:: Gold Hill, Randolph Mine. northeast of Charlotte.
.:: U.S.Hwy 70 Underpass Jamestown
.:: Culpepper Ruins, south of Hendersonville.
.: Hot Springs
.:: Shut-In-Creek near Hot Springs.
.:: Kadesh Methodist Church north of Shelby
.:: Atlantic Coast Railroad Crossing outside of Maco
.:: Chunn's Tavern near the river.
.: Moore County
.:: Alston House, on a bend of the Deep River.
.:: Ocracoke Inlet, Pamlico Bay.
.:: Andrew Johnson Home, Mordecai Square
.:: Mordecai Manor, Mordecai Square
.:: Mill Creek Bridge
.:: Bostain's Bridge
.:: San-Mor Company, 20 Peace Street
.:: Chamber of Commerce, 514 Market Street
.:: Fort Fisher
.:: New Hanover County Public Library
.:: Thalian Hall
.:: Brothers House in Old Salem
.:: Old Salem, the Blacksmith area.