Now we approach Ghost Mound itself, the mound on which the story is based.
The narrator says that:
"The tale, outwardly, was an extremely naive and simple one, and centred in a huge, lone mound or small hill that rose above the plain about a third of a mile west of the village.
In reality, the mount is way more than a third of a mile west of Binger. By road, it's more than 20 miles away! (Though less than that as-the-crow-flies.)
The mound is actually closer to another town, known as Hydro.
It's still out in the country, though. And on private property. So be sure to ask the owner if it's okay to visit.
BTW, Lovecraft's New England roots show when he describes Binger as a "village." Nobody in this part of the country would refer to a small community as a "village."
It's a town!