Posts tagged: real haunted highway

Pioneer Street, Ashland, Oregon

By , September 17, 2008 2:15 am

The ghost of a dog-faced boy has been seen near parked cars along this street several times in the last thirty years.  The boy was a deformed child who had supported himself by selling pencils and stealing from cars.  History says he was murdered here in 1926 after he was caught stealing from someone’s vehicle.  Reported sightings have occured on Pioneer Street and in the parking lot of Lithia Park, where the Oregon Shakespearean Festival Theater now stands.

U.S. Highway 40, Cambridge, Ohio

By , September 17, 2008 2:06 am

This highway is said to be haunted by two headless ghosts.  One is a construction worker who was working to build the highway.  He was robbed and murdered by a fellow laborer, and his decapitated body was buried under the road. His ghost is still seen by motorists traveling the highway on a stretch of the road called Deep Cut, which lies between Cambridge and Old Washington. 

 The other spirit is a woman who lived in a cabin near the old trail in the late 1890s.  She was beheaded by her husband during a violent argument.  Soon after, her headless apparition was seen riding sidesaddle on a white horse.  She has come to be known as Lady Bend.  Lady Bend is seen on the highway at Lady Bend Hill on the third bend from the top.

Haunted Ortega Road – Montecito, CA

By , September 14, 2008 9:57 pm

ortega road


The ghosts of 3 nuns alledgedly tortured and killed by Indains have haunted this roadway for over 100 years. Las Tres Hermanas, as they have come to be called, stand on the roadside with their arms folded, wearing black and white habits. Ortega road is located in Montecito, which is on Highway 192 in Santa Barbara County.


Haunted U.S. Highway 64 – Little Rock, AR

By , September 14, 2008 9:54 pm

North of Little Rock is the stomping ground of another highway ghost, but this one has a name. Laura Starr Latta died a month before her 20th birthday in an accident on the old road in 1899. The area on U.S. Highway 64 runs from Conway to Morrilton.

Haunted Highway 365 – Little Rock, AR

By , September 14, 2008 9:50 pm

highway 365 Several versions of the Vanishing Hitchhiker legend originate on the highways between Little Rock and surrounding communities. Someone picks up a young girl hitchhiking, usually on a rainy night, and when the driver gets to the house where the girl wants to get out she disappears.  The astounded driver knocks on the door of the residence only to be told that the ghost of the owner’s daughter returns on the anniversary of her death. The girl died in a car wreck at the spot where the driver picked her up. The haunted area on Highway 365 is from Little Rock to Woodson, and from Redfield to Pine Bluff.



Haunted Highway 11? – Decatur, AL

By , September 14, 2008 9:46 pm

**The ghost of a young man flagging down a ride is invariably struck by drivers trying to avoid him. Lonnie Stephens was falsely accused of murdering his girlfriend in September 1934, and it was not until many years later that the real killer confessed. But it was too late for Lonnie. The innocent man managed to escape from a chain gang and was attempting to hitch a ride when he was struck and killed by a car. Lonnie’s ghost is still seen standing in the middle of the road pleading for someone to stop, his arms outstretched in and imploring gesture. Lonnie’s ghost is seen on the northbound lanes of Highway 11, and exit off Highway 565 between Decatur and Huntsville.

**Please note:  The information in this post has been found to be erroneous.  I left the post live in the hope that someone would be able to reply with accurate information.  Thanks!

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