Stay Away From West Virginia’s Most Haunted Street After Dark Or You May Be Sorry

West Virginia has been the location of quite a few significant historical events, which creates a good number of legends and ghost stories. The Eastern Panhandle is said to be home to an extraordinary number of ghosts, probably due in part to the number of Civil War conflicts that took place there. There’s one street in particular that may be carrying some dark energy left over from those Civil War days.

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Several others have reported similar encounters with this ghost. The area wasn’t a battle site, but may have been a campsite for soldiers during the Civil War.

You can read more about this story at Southern Spirit Guide.

If you do want to take your chances and drive through here, you can find a map here.

For another haunted street in West Virginia, see 22 Mine Road, haunted by the ghost of Mamie Thurman.