Devil's Gate in Clifton

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Devil's Gate in Clifton

A legendary subterranean passageway in Passaic, New Jersey that many people believe ultimately leads to the lair of the Devil. The area is a maze of underground tunnels and storm sewers: deep inside, a network of dead trees can be found, each planted exactly three feet apart. According to numerous accounts, dead cats and birds hang from the tree trunks, and an evil spirit guards the passage.

Pad of Definitions (1.01 Pilot), Official Website

1.01 Pilot

Sam: You remember the poltergeist in Amherst? Or the Devil's Gates in Clifton? He was missing then, too. He's always missing, and he's always fine.

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