Jayne's Hill in Huntington is the highest point on Long Island and is part of the Walt Whitman historical area. Whitman, one of America's most innovative poets, lived on Long Island in the area. He would spend countless hours walking the woods around his home (though not always living on Long Island through out his life), both enjoying nature and taking inspiration for his writings. Legend has it the ghost of Walt Whitman is still seen today walking through the woods of Jayne's Hill. The area is also said to be a hot-bed of UFO activity. This is probably due to the close proximity to Mount Misery which is also said to be an active UFO site.