Driving Down This Haunted Kentucky Road Will Give You Nightmares
The legend of Sleepy Hollow scared me as a child. I remember hearing the tale and watching the television specials, long before Johnny Depp made it sexy instead of scary. There is a haunted Kentucky road also deemed Sleepy Hollow that will make the hair stand on the back of your neck when the moon is out. Although the story doesn’t involve the dreaded headless horseman, our lore is equally chilling.
Here are 6 reasons Sleepy Hollow is a legendary haunted Kentucky road:
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Sleepy Hollow is also rumored to have the occasional time warp. Hours seem to pass though you just rode a few miles down the road. This video shows us what it is like to take a spin down Sleepy Hollow Road in the sunshine. I’d recommend turning the speakers down unless you enjoy hearing an engine.
We hear folklore all across the U.S. regarding ghosts and such, but this haunted Kentucky road will give you chills at night. Something about the name Sleepy Hollow just seems to draw disturbing forces, from the headless horseman to the haunted hearse. Most people love a good ghost story, myself included. What haunted road lore have you heard about?
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