There are rumors of seemingly quite normal 30 km stretch of Russian country road, which nevertheless gets an unexplained amount of car accidents; the locals suspect underground gas seepage which causes motorists to fall asleep...
Another long dark road with a "story". Located in Watchung (USA), its known as 13 Bumps Road.
This road from Sussex to Kent is considered to be one of the most haunted roads in England. There have been numerous reports of drivers seeing a young woman dressed in a white dress suddenly appear in front of their car forcing them to brake and making them certain that they had just hit her.
Reports of phantom hitchhikers have been reported on the A38 road between Wellington and Taunton in Somerset since the 1950s. Of particular note is a man in a grey overcoat, reported by many people including lorry driver Harry Unsworth who confessed to having given the man a lift on more than one occasion, typically in heavy rain.
Hundreds of weird sightings and unexplained accidents have been reported in the area over the past fifty years. The 15 mile stretch of the A75 from Annan in Dumfriesshire to Gretna Green is claimed to be the most haunted road in Scotland and the Scottish Office plans to improve it but the local residents believe that it will unleash the already angry spirits.
Annie's Road, located in New Jersey (USA), is supposedly haunted by the ghost of a woman who was killed on the road many many years ago. Allegedly she appears as a hitchhiker and if you pick her up she will cause you to lose control of your vehicle.
Balete road, in the municipality of Balete (Philippines) is the scene of legends about mysterious appearances, particularly about the occurrence of some “white lady”, a woman with long hair, dressed in night shirt and appearing in the dark, in the way of cars passing on the road.
In the city of Belvidere in Boone Country, Illinois there is an intersection of roads that has been the site of many hauntings, particularly the Bloodspoint Road.
Road ghosts can be quite unnerving as is this one that can be found on the A229, four miles north of Maidstone. She looks like a perfectly normal looking young lady. However, she reveals her supernatural nature by running in front of moving vehicles.
Boy Scout Lane, sometimes written "Boyscout Lane", is an isolated road located in Stevens Point, Wisconsin. The road, a dead-end with no outlet, was reportedly named because of a tragic incident that resulted in the deaths of a troop of Boy Scouts.
Two miles north of Saratoga off FM787 is the beginning of Bragg Road which travels north to FM1293. It is the Ghost Road where theSaratoga Mystery Light has appeared. Peering down this road is like looking in an infinite rifle barrel, that is green trees on top - pink dirt on bottom. This former railroad bed is now a dirt road, 8 miles long by 2 cars wide. Under daylight conditions it takes 30 minutes to safely drive to its junction with FM1293.
Demon drivers, haunted hitchhikers and phantom pedestrians who go bump in the night all lie in wait for unsuspecting motorists. The headless highwayman has given way to the horseless carriage when it comes to putting the frighteners on the twilight zone travellers of the 21st century.
Clinton Road, located in West Milford, Passaic County, New Jersey has gained notoriety as an area rife with many legends of paranormal occurrences such as sightings of ghosts, strange creatures and gatherings of witches, Satanists and the Ku Klux Klan.
Nevada State Highway 375 stretches for 98 miles from US-93 in the southeast to US-6 in the northwest.
What can you say about a place called Helltown? Helltown is one of Ohio’s most famous horror/supernatural legends. It’s a good example of the way folklore can get really complicated.
In England, many people agree that the longest road is also its most haunted. Motorists making their way down this road have experienced unusual phenomena: Roman soldiers marching, an upset woman trying to hitch a ride, and lorry going the wrong way down the road!
There is a hill in Ladakh region of Kashmir which can pull a car parked in neutral with the speed of 20km per hour. Apparently this happens because the hill possesses magnetic power. Its not just cars but planes that too are attracted by the Magnetic Hills. This is the reason why Indian Air Force has asked pilots to avoid flying over the Magnetic hills. To visit the Magnetic hill, you will have to travel Leh. From Leh you can hire a local guide who would take you to Magnetic hill. There isn't much to see there. Only a sign board has been placed by officials to indicate Magnetic Hill.
Voodoo Village is located on Mary Angela Road in southwest Memphis (USA). According to residents, the area is home to St. Paul's Spiritual Temple and is enclosed in a huge iron fence. But the legend suggests that something other than church services are taking place there.
The Old Pali Road in Kailua (Hawaii) is haunted. The road has been recently replaced by Pali Highway.
If you were driving north on route 61 in the heart of the Anthracite coal region in Pennsylvania in recent years, you may have come across a detour of 61 at the top of a hill in a community called Ashland.
If you ever took a trip to Monterery, Santa Cruz, or the Bay Area there's a good chance you've taken Highway 152 through Pacheco Pass. The part of the trip from Los Banos to Gilroy is rather mundane for those who have driven it before. Or is it?
On night of 11th December 2002, the Surrey police received several reports of a car with its headlights blazing that had been seen swerving off the A3 road and down a ditch. The police rushed to the scene of the accident.
In 1958, just by the pub on the road between Dunstable and Markyate, there was a terrible crash. The driver of a mini-bus carrying the cricket team from the Kenwood company, swerved to overtake a car and crashed killing two of the party and injuring several others.
The term 'phantom hitchhiker' has been used for a variety of road ghosts phenomena. A carpet fitter was driving home through Stanbridge at night when he saw a man standing at the junction of Station Road, thumbing a lift.
Martin Wainwright. The Guardian, Tuesday 31 October 2006
For the first time since ghost-hunting became an organised science, Britain's spooks and apparitions have made a motorway their favourite road to haunt.
Stanford Road, nicknamed "The Highway to Hell," features prominently in Helltown's myths and legends. A steep hill and sharp dropoff on the road, leading to a barricade, is known as "The End of the World.
The Magnetic Hill is an example of a gravity hill, a type of optical illusion created by rising and descending terrain. It is located at the North-Western edge (In the Magnetic Hill Area) of the city of Moncton in the Canadian province of New Brunswick.
Over the years many claim that this highway is haunted and the direct cause for the many car accident deaths that occur. The accidents are said to be a result of the drivers trying to avoid hitting the ghosts that suddenly materialize in the middle of the road. Some drivers have reported to officers they have lost complete control of their vehicles as if someone else were driving.