Hike Or Bike Along This Ohio Rail Trail That's Rumored To Be Haunted
By Sarah McCosham|Published November 17, 2022
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If you’re the kind of outdoor adventurer who also fancies themselves a ghost hunter, there is a terrific (and terrifying) trail in Ohio that’s bound to become your new favorite haunt. In Southeast Ohio, Moonville is the Buckeye State’s very own ghost town, and not only that, but it’s home to an abandoned tunnel that’s rumored to be haunted. A former rail line, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources converted the Moonville Tunnel into a rail trail for biking and hiking, and it’s a chilling adventure that might just scare you silly!