“Holy Moly, Batman! I’m scared!”
A New Jersey road has been named one of the scariest haunted places in New Jersey!
If you guessed “The road where the governor lives”, you are wrong.
A road in West Milford was given this honor by travel site Far And Wide.
The road is Clinton Road in West Milford, New Jersey.
Is he named after Bill or Hillary?
Actually neither. The road has been in existence for just over 100 years. According to Far And Wide, he has a pretty scary story:
“The road’s past is closely linked to legends of unexplained phenomena and spooky places, including the ruins of Cross Castle, home to rumors of satanic rituals, and Dead Man’s Curve, a dangerous bend said to be the site of several accidents mortals.”
Well, it’s almost as scary as Bill and Hillary!
The editors say: “As you travel its desolate curves, stories of ghostly vehicles, ghostly hitchhikers, and strange figures lurking in the woods take on a life of their own. »
Thanks, but I’ll take the Garden State Parkway instead.
Two other locations near New Jersey made the list of spooky and haunted places. One of them is the Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia. The old prison housed a number of notorious criminals, including Al Capone.
Topping the list is Gettysburg Cemetery, the ancient battlefield that was one of the bloodiest sites of the Civil War.
We should also note that one of the places on the spooky list is…the White House. (Maybe it depends on who lives there at the time.)