Driving Down This Haunted New Jersey Road Will Give You Nightmares
We’re all probably familiar with New Jersey’s Clinton Road, which many have called the most haunted road in America. While Clinton Road is surrounded by supernatural tales, it isn’t the only New Jersey street with paranormal proclivities. With such a chilling name, you can be sure that Shades Of Death Road has a story to tell. This road runs through Warren County, past the equally ominous Jenny Jump State Park and Ghost Lake. It is known to host several specters and the area is even linked to several real-life murders. Here’s the story behind Shades of Death Road in New Jersey. Read on — if you dare…
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Is Shades of Death Road the only haunted road in New Jersey?
Unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on your appetite for the spooky), Shades of Death is not the only haunted road in New Jersey. We’ve all heard of haunted homes, haunted hospitals, haunted hotels, heck, even haunted bars. Clearly, many people believe spirits will linger in a certain place. But could a whole 10-mile stretch of road be cursed? It can, and it is. This haunted place is also known as Clinton Road by West Milford, New Jersey. If you believe the legends, this stretch of road, quite desolate and primarily in the forest, has a seriously dark energy. We’re talking everything from rumored druids practicing rituals in the surrounding woods, serial killers allegedly burying bodies, ghost trucks driving along, bizarre humanoid animals crossing the road at night, and, most famously, a little boy haunting the waters underneath a bridge. Gulp.
What are some other haunted places in New Jersey?
The haunted places in New Jersey are many, and seemingly around every corner or road bend! Some of the most notoriously haunted places in New Jersey are Devil's Tower, Red Mill Museum, Princeton Battlefield, the Hindenburg Crash Site, Burlington County Prison Museum, Flanders Hotel, Battery 223, Grenville Hotel, Allaire Village, and the entire town of Cape May.