The Haunted Spurlington Tunnel In Kentucky Has A Bone-Chilling History

There’s nothing like a good ghost story and Kentucky is filled with them. With a long history of battles, conflicts, and passionate residents, it’d be difficult to find a town in Kentucky that doesn’t have its own haunted tale. And many of these tales originate within abandoned places in Kentucky, from buildings to towns to train tunnels. Located just outside of Campbellsville, the Spurlington Tunnel in Kentucky has a bone-chilling history and you can take a closer look with these photos and video.

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Go inside the tunnel with this creepy video by Kentucky Urbex:

The Spurlington Tunnel is one of the spookiest abandoned places in Kentucky and the source of a very specific ghost story. Whether or not it’s actually haunted, this abandoned train tunnel is a bone-chilling place to experience in person or in photos. Have you heard of the Spurlington Tunnel? Tell us all about your experience in the comments!

For more information, photos, and details on this ghostly spot, check out the Haunted Kentucky Facebook page.

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Interested in other haunted places in Kentucky? Check out 10 more of the creepiest spots in the Bluegrass State.

Address: Campbellsville, KY 42718, USA