The Most Famous Highway In America Has A Truly Terrifying History

Ceated back in 1926, Route 66 quickly became a popular way to travel across the states. You may think of the famous highway marker when you hear someone bring up our Mother Road, but are you at all familiar with the terrifying history behind America’s most famous highway? Read on to learn more about three spooky locations along Route 66.

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You’ll also find plenty of abandoned towns and ghost stories when traveling along Route 66. From bridges to hotels and theatre, do you have a favorite ghost story from the main street of our country? To add more frightening places to your bucket list, check out the 15 Most Haunted Places In America That Are Absolutely Bone-Chilling!