Most People Don’t Know About These Strange Ruins Hiding In New York

Historic towns around New York often have more to offer visitors than what you can quickly see on the surface, with Nassau County’s Oyster Bay being no exception. The beautiful town covers a large piece of Long Island and is commonly talked about for being where you can find Sagamore Hill – Theodore Roosevelt’s home. But to little surprise, this isn’t the only exciting piece of history that you can find in Oyster Bay. Taking you out into the woods where you’re always guaranteed to find something unexpected, keep reading to find out about the history of these small town ruins.

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