Rod Serling historical marker.

Rod Serling's High School

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Binghamton, New York

Binghamton's most famous hometown hero is Rod "Twilight Zone" Serling, born in Binghamton on Christmas Day, 1924. A historical marker on the front lawn of the high school proclaims that Rod was here, Class of '43, although the plaque itself looks lumpy and somewhat suspect -- like it once commemorated something else, was kidnapped by students, and retooled as a shop class project.

Also see: The Rod Serling Zone

Rod Serling's High School

Address:
Hwy 17C/Main St.,, Binghamton, NY
Directions:
Just west of the river on Hwy 17C/Main St., on the south side, between Oak and Front Sts.
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