Stay Away From Mississippi’s Most Haunted Street After Dark Or You May Be Sorry
When it comes to haunted streets, Mississippi has several. One of the most infamous is Nash Road in Lowndes County, which is believed to be haunted by the ghost of a three-legged lady. Devil Worshiper’s Road in Waynesboro is another sinister roadway, and the name alone is enough to send chills down your spine. And then there’s Johns Bayou Road in Vancleave. The lonely stretch of road has long been associated with sinister tales, which include a phantom van that is apparently out for vengeance. This is one street you’ll definitely want to stay away from after dark. Take a look:
Did you know about the spooky tales associated with Highway 90? Have you ever experienced anything strange on the roadway? Tell us in the comments section!
This isn’t the only haunted street in Mississippi to avoid. Check out “Don’t Drive Down These 8 Haunted Roads In Mississippi Or You’ll Regret It.“