Myths obscure Trout Run's past - 2015-05-30

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F0.png Myths obscure Trout Run's past May 30, 2015, Sylvia Carignan, Frederick News-Post

The ramps beside the stone steps were not built for President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's wheelchair.

No president ever slept in the retreat's stone-walled cabins.

The name "Trout Run" was not its first name and likely won't be its last.

The 40-acre site at 12929 Catoctin Hollow Road near Thurmont has been shrouded in more fiction than fact during the past few months it's spent in the spotlight.


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