Nicknamed “Bloody Mingo,” The Dingess Tunnel In West Virginia Has A Shameful, Tragic History

West Virginia is brimming with goodness and beauty, but she also hides her share of shameful, dark secrets… including the terrible events that took place in decades past near the Dingess Tunnel in Mingo County.

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Have you driven through the Dingess Tunnel? Did you know the rumors and stories associated with its past? To learn more or get directions to the tunnel, visit the Tug Valley Area Convention & Visitors Bureau website.

Dingess isn’t the only West Virginia tunnel with a less than respectable history. Here’s another: Flinderation Tunnel, a haunted spot with a dark history.

Address: Old N W Railroad Bed Rd, Dingess, WV 25671, USA