Traveling Down This Haunted Missouri Road Will Give You Nightmares
The stories associated with the old roadway nicknamed “Zombie Road” are many. Located outside of St. Louis, the original name of the road was Lawler Ford Road and it was constructed in the late 1860s. It was originally built to gain access to the Meramec River and the railroad tracks located alongside. It started to be referred to as Zombie Road as early as the 1950s.
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Whether or not you believe this road is haunted, would you be brave enough to walk down it at night?
A native Midwesterner with a love for family, friends, and learning new things. In second-stage of career life, this former college instructor enjoys contributing to OIYS, blogging, reading, and spending time with her kids.
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