Travelers have said that on occasion when crossing the ford, they could see the form of a girl standing in the spot where Moggey was buried. The phantom took on a transparent appearance and many traveler's were frightened by traversing the ford on a moon light night for fear of seeing Moggey's ghost.
|The location of the old Moggey's Ford where travelers traversed Chester Creek is now a stone bridge|
Over time this place became known as Moggey's Ford. In the present day, a stone bridge now traverses Chester Creek at the former Knowlton Road crossing. The mill is no longer and not much remains to be seen. Not even a hint of ruins of the old place. However, you can still see remnants of the old ford under the bridge where rocks were stacked neatly in rows on end.
|Remnants of Moggey's Ford can be seen under the existing stone bridge that spans Chester Creek on Knowlton Road near Aston, PA|
You can hear about the tale of Moggey every fall at the nearby Linvilla Orchard's "haunted" hay ride as well as other tales of ghosts living on the farm.