The Most Haunted Roads In The U.S.
With Halloween right around the corner, we’re sharing spooky travel stories from all around. These roads are said to be the most haunted in the United States, with accompanying scary stories that’ll send a chill down the spine of even the most seasoned travelers! Do you dare to check out these haunted roads on your next road trip?
Insider ~ ” Route 2A in Aroostook County, Maine, inspired a song called ‘Tombstone Every Mile.’ Route 2A is known as a treacherous road for truckers, especially when its sharp turns are covered in ice and snow during the winter. Drivers have reported seeing the ghost of a girl on the side of the road and a woman begging passersby to help her husband, but she disappeared when approached.
Drivers on Route 44 in Rehoboth, Massachusetts, have reported sightings of a redheaded man in a flannel shirt and jeans who smiles eerily at passing cars. According to one account, the man faded out of the backseat after a driver picked him up, thinking he was a hitchhiker. The story of the Route 44 ghost was popularized in the book ‘The New England Ghost Files’ by Charles Turek Robinson.
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According to legend, Clinton Road in West Milford, New Jersey, is haunted by a ghost boy. According to local folklore, “The Ghost Boy of Clinton Road” will return coins people throw into the creek. Some visitors have reported seeing the boy’s reflection in the water.
Riverdale Road between Thornton and Brighton, Colorado, is the subject of several urban myths and legends. One of the most well-known hauntings of this 11-mile road is ‘Jogger’s Hill,’ where an undead jogger supposedly bangs on cars and leaves hand prints on windows. ” ~ Insider
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