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[[File:0005a.jpg|thumb|Victoria Winters stands atop Widows' Hill]]'''Widows' Hill''' was a high elevation point in [[Collinsport]], [[Maine]] and the location of the [[Collinwood]] mansion ([[1]]). It was one hundred feet from the edge of the cliff to the water below, and on a cloudless day, one could see twenty miles out to sea from the cliff along the water ([[2]], [[9]]). The drive into town from Collinwood was two hundred feet long ([[17]]). The tide along the water was extremely strong ([[52]]).
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[[Image:0005a.jpg|thumb|left|Victoria Winters stands atop Widows' Hill]]'''Widows' Hill''' was a high elevation point in [[Collinsport]], [[Maine]] and the location of the [[Collinwood]] mansion ([[1]]). It was one hundred feet from the edge of the cliff to the water below, and on a cloudless day, one could see twenty miles out to sea from the cliff along the water ([[2]], [[9]]). The drive into town from Collinwood was two hundred feet long ([[17]]). The tide along the water was extremely strong ([[52]]).
   
 
Widows' Hill acquired its name because women used to wait on the cliff and look out to sea, watching for their ill-fated husbands' ships to return. When [[Jeremiah Collins]] decided to build [[Collinwood]] on the hill in the 1790's, he turned the widows away and told them to go home and keep their grief to themselves ([[12]]). (It was later revealed it was [[Joshua Collins]] that built [[Collinwood]].)
 
Widows' Hill acquired its name because women used to wait on the cliff and look out to sea, watching for their ill-fated husbands' ships to return. When [[Jeremiah Collins]] decided to build [[Collinwood]] on the hill in the 1790's, he turned the widows away and told them to go home and keep their grief to themselves ([[12]]). (It was later revealed it was [[Joshua Collins]] that built [[Collinwood]].)
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After escaping from jail, [[Adam]] jumped from Widow's Hill when he was about to be taken into police custody, probably saving Carolyn Stoddard's life ([[505]]). He was assumed dead ([[506]]), but later discovered to have survived the leap ([[508]]).
 
After escaping from jail, [[Adam]] jumped from Widow's Hill when he was about to be taken into police custody, probably saving Carolyn Stoddard's life ([[505]]). He was assumed dead ([[506]]), but later discovered to have survived the leap ([[508]]).
 
[[File:967zg.jpg|thumb|The highest point of the hill as seen in 1970.]]In [[1970]], both [[Philip Todd]] and [[Jeb Hawkes]] fell off its cliff edge. First Philip, in a struggle with Jeb, and then later Jeb whilst attempting to save Carolyn from [[Sky Rumson]] ([[968]], [[980]]).
 
   
 
==='''The Legend of Widows' Hill'''===
 
==='''The Legend of Widows' Hill'''===
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