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the urban sprawl of St. Louis lies
a remote area called “Zombie
Road”. Urban Legend tells a
variety of eerie tales which include
being host to ritualistic and occult
practices which spawned inhuman and
demonic entities while other tales
tell of those who met their peculiar
demise and still roam this desolate
road in the afterlife.
With centuries of erosion forging
a transversal path through the bluffs
along the “River of Death”,
so named by those who use to call
this their home centuries ago, this
area has seen many come through its
natural carved corridors to a crossable
ford in the River below. Its flint
enriched bluffs offered an abundance
of the raw materials necessary to
make the tools and weapons needed
for survival through time.
Some say this is called Zombie Road
because the railroad workers who once
worked here rise from their graves
at times to roam about. Some insist
that they have heard old time music,
seen anomalous moving lights and other
ghostly sightings from that forgotten
era. Another tale tells of a patient
nicknamed “Zombie” who
escaped from a nearby mental facility
never to be seen again. His blood
soaked gown was later found lying
upon the old road later named after
Other tales include one of an original
settler who met their demise upon
the railroad tracks. Another includes
a pioneer who lost his wife in a poker
game then went back to his homestead
and took his own life. Many still
report seeing these lonely spirits
During the age of Prohibition a nearby
town housed speakeasies and the summer
homes of well known gangsters. Tales
tell of individuals who were dealt
a bad hand by such public enemies
resulting in their permanent placement
within the ground or bordering river
to never be seen again.
The bordering river has tragically
delivered many to the other side through
the years. Children and adults alike
have taken their last living breath
within its dangerous waters before
being found washed up on its shores.
Even during this new millennium, several
children met their demise one day
within its banks.
The railroad still shows “Death
hath no mercy” as many have
met their final fate upon its tracks.
Local lifelong residents can still
remember multitudes of tragic occurrences
dating back to the 1950’s. One
of these occurred in the 1970’s
when two teens were struck by an oncoming
train. Some of the local residents
were used in search parties to find
the body parts scattered about the
During the 1990’s a mother
and her five year old child were crossing
a bridge when an oncoming train met
them. The mother’s last action
was pushing her five year old child
off the bridge. The engineer was able
to stop the train and save the child.
Although the mother died, this is
still one of the happiest endings
to a story this area will provide
More recent past has seen this area
become refuge for those wanting privacy
to practice the occult and other rituals.
Who can really know what true doorways
to the darkness or unknown were opened
here. This area also became a beacon
for teens looking for thrills. In
the 1970’s a group of teens
engaged in a practice called “huffing”.
While using a can of cooking spray
to “huff” one of the boys
fell unconscious and took his last
living breath. Other such drug related
deaths have been noted as well over
During the 1960’s a couple
in their late teens were on top of
the bluffs overlooking the road below.
The male somehow lost footing and
during the fall caught his face in
a fork of a small tree growing out
from the side of the bluff. His face
and scalp remained while the rest
of him fell to his death upon the
road below. Others have also met their
demise from the high bluffs above.
The area has also seen its share
of suicides and murders. In the 1970’s
a hunter stumbled across a car still
running at the end the road. Closer
inspection revealed a hose running
from the exhaust pipe to the inside
of the car with the driver slumped
over the steering wheel.
One can agree that there is no lack
of legends or tragedies surrounding
this area which can explain the bizarre
and eerie encounters of those who
visit. I was one who became truly
intrigued and attracted by such lore
and was determined to either prove
or disprove the Urban Legends surrounding
Missouri Paranormal Research, the
paranormal investigative team I belong
to, investigated this area on several
occasions. Our visits converted many
true skeptics into true believers
of the paranormal. I was one of those
the first time and even remarked “This
was going to be like Winnie the Pooh
looking for a ghost in 100 Acre Woods”
prior to descending onto the old road.
Within an hour several people observed
a human sized shadow figure as it
descended upon them from a small bluff
nearby. It then ran onto the road,
stopped, then disappeared into the
darkness of the night. Throughout
the night others heard unexplainable
voices, were touched by the unseen
and witnessed the unexplainable. This
was one night that everyone could
conclude that indeed some Urban Legends
actually are real!
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