Badarka Road

The story goes that many, many years ago, a little girl only five years of age was helping her father with chopping the wood for the fireplace while her mother and younger brother waited inside their small cabin.

To ensure his daughter wouldn’t fall down on the axe, her father put it into the tree Wanting to be helpful, the girl made attempts to pull it out to chop the wood herself. While her father was on break, she managed to pull the axe free, but she fell on it, hitting her in the head with the blade. She died instantly, blood running down her face.

Over the course of several days and nights, her father stayed by her body. He eventually died of hypothermia from Alaska’s cold winter air. Now, at 3:30 AM every morning, the apparition of the little girl can be seen in her father’s arms as he mourns her death.

Devils Elbow

The road nicknamed “Devils Elbow” is said to be haunted by demonic spirits. There is an apparition of a woman in white with glowing red eyes carrying a crying baby. While driving on the road, drivers often experience their headlights dimming or their car dying entirely.

Around 15 years ago, a man was murdered along Devils Elbow, though the road was haunted long before the tragic crime. Locals theorize that the evil spirits may have been behind it.

Road in Live Oak, Florida

Stephanie Tasker, her daughter Misty, and a Pakistani exchange student named Moni were driving back from church one Sunday when Misty noticed that a little girl was sitting on the roadside. She felt something was not right. Stephanie then turned the car around to see if the girl needed any help; it turned out that she was actually a teenager, sitting with her knees curled up and rocking back and forth.

Oakglen Road

Oakglen Road was home to an elderly woman whom locals deemed a witch. She was believed to have put a curse on the area; many believed that the cause of a tragic accident leading to the death of a group of teenagers was the curse. Now, it is said that if you park your car on the road, the ghosts of the kids will push it up the hill (some skeptics believe this to be an illusion). The stairs to the woman’s house can still be seen.

Pendleton Road

Pendleton Road is haunted by the “Red Lady”. During the 1950s, she was killed in a car accident. The story goes that she had crawled out of her vehicle to find help. Police later found her dead body half a mile away from the crash.

US 56 & 189th Street

The US 56 & 189th Street has hard several reports of an apparition of a man dressed in black walking along the highway and disappearing.

Highway 50

In 1994, a woman named Christine Skubish and her son, Nick, were going to start a new life in Southern California. Everything looked alright after she left her family’s home, located near Sacramento. However, her father received a call two days later stating that Christine never arrived.

Vineland Road

Down Vineland Road sits a house once belonging to a man who owned slaves. Whether you venture down the road day or night, it is said you can hear voices and see lights if you enter the house. Currently, the house is in poor condition, and is very dangerous to enter. Additionally, it is believed that if you pull your car up between or past columns entering the driveway, you will be unable to leave.

Thomas Drive Vacant Lot

The empty lot on Thomas Drive is haunted by the spirits of five or six African American men performing different activities varying from tending to a garden that is no longer there or joining in on New Year’s Eve celebrations. The sound of dogs whining and barking can also be heard here.

Archer Avenue

Archer Avenue (also called Archer Road) is located outside of the Chicago, Illinois city limits that runs between Chicago’s Chinatown and Lockport, Illinois. It was named for William Beatty Archer, the first commissioner of the Illinois and Michigan Canal. A map of Chicago from around 1830 listed the road that later became Archer Avenue as “The Road to Widow Brown’s”.

Cemetery and Canyon Road

There have been many sightings of the apparition of a woman in a white outfit in the cemetery late at night. She has also been seen walking along Canyon Road. All of her sightings have been at night. No one is sure why she appears, or knows what she is looking for.

Hicks Road

Roughly ten years ago, a biker died on Hicks Road in an accident. He now haunts it, and his ghost is seen in a trench coat riding his bike, which has no wheels. It is also said you cannot see the man’s face, and you can only see him in your car’s mirrors.