The haunted Irwin Road in PA is covered by a low-hanging blue mist
Located in the North Hills area of Pittsburgh in North Park in the US state of Pennsylvania, Irwin Road is said to be haunted by a low-hanging blue mist.
How long is Irwin Road in PA?
Located to the east of Wexford, a suburb of the Pittsburgh metropolitan area, the road is 3.70km (2.3 miles) long running north-south from Wexford Road to Babcock Boulevard. It’s mostly paved, with an unpaved central section, closed to private vehicles. The road is unlit, an unpaved lane dotted with some scattered homes along it, used by runners especially.
Why is Irwin Road in PA famous?
The road has been found to be the most haunted road (or reputedly so) in Pennsylvania, with drivers reporting all sorts of strange goings on which have left them spooked. Located in McCandless Twp, in Allegheny County, it’s one of the most enduring urban legends in the Pittsburgh region. The road is also known as Blue Mist Road, because an eerie blue mist that covers the road from time to time. There's a cemetery on this street. It has “road closed - no access” signs posted at both ends of the three mile street. Along this unpaved road are only a few houses and some abandoned structures. Local stories of murders, mysterious floating blue orbs, lynchings and people being chased by ghosts and strange animals seem pretty easy to believe on a stretch of desolate road in the middle of a big, busy and well-maintained county park.