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.

Cry Baby Bridge

When a woman thought her two children were possessed by the devil, she drove them to Cry Baby Bridge to kill them. She drove over the bridge, killing both she and her kids. Witnesses report that if you park your car atop the bridge, roll down your windows, and honk three times, children’s voices can be heard yelling “Don’t do it, mother!”

Third Bridge

The Third Bridge is said to have been the site of a massacre of Native Americans that resulted in several deaths. Because of this, the sound of war drums can be heard growing louder and louder as visitors sit on the bridge. Another apparition said to appear along the bridge is a ghost horse rider, who rides on the bridge.

In June 1997, a group of fifteen teenagers and one pre-teen spread between two cars decided to see the paranormal activity at the bridge for themselves. The first vehicle lost control at the top of the hill and crashed into the guardrail. After witnessing the accident, the driver of the second car made a desperate attempt to break but instead hit the gas pedal. They were forced into a tree, smashing the vehicle. The aftermath of the accident left two teens dead and the driver of the first car with permanent crippling injuries.

Third Bridge is haunted by both the dead teenagers and Native American victims.

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.

The Hanger/Bridge

About a mile west of the city of Douglass, Kansas out in the woods, there is a small, old bridge that goes over  a creek. Near to it is an equally old tree on the northern side of the bridge. During the 19th century, the tree was used for hanging African-Americans in the Douglass-Rose Hill area, particularly those who disobeyed their masters.

Jesters Creek/Theorosas Bridge

Theorosas Bridge, located only a short distance away from Wichita, has been a spot of interest for ghost hunters to almost 150 years. It is haunted by the restless spirit of a mother in search of her murdered baby. Other spirits of unknown people continue to haunt the bridge that runs of Jesters Creek, as there have been several deaths in the area.

The Union Covered Bridge

It is said that during the mid-1800s, a young boy fell off the Union Covered Bridge and drowned in the river below. Now, at night, the apparition of the boy can be seen, and he tries to touch anyone who walks across the bridge. The identity of the child remains a mystery.

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.