One of the last remaining intact burial mounds in all of Mohegan, nestled in a confluence of the Onondaga river and Bloodwine Creek. While other sites have been bulldozed for urban sprawl or dismantled by amateur archeologists, Coshocton remains hidden and fortified in the forest. It is surrounded by a dense thicket protecting the bawn, while the sept watches over it from the Bloodwine Grist Mill. While the original wooden structures have long since decayed, they have been rebuilt and reinforced by the protectors of the site. All written records of this site have long since mysteriously disappeared.