Many have know the where about's of Devil Road. Through the years it is the most haunted spot on earth you could ever find. The road to no where it is sometimes so deservingly called, but it does have a final destination. And that is at the fiery eternal unlocked Gates Of Hell!
The great devil of Route 666, The dark lord of hell and his brutal thugs of beast. The lost evil escaping ghost of hell that hide at the cross roads. It's said that only the most evil of souls are let lose from hell. The Devil allows this because the evil souls must collect for him a set number of souls each year. Or they will be banished into the deepest bowels of hell for eternity.
another great tradition of the Devil's many roads is that here is where you can find him to make a pact or sell your soul. Legends like that of Robert Johnson selling his soul for fame at the crossroads is said to be a true story.
Cemeteries seem to often line many Devil Roads around the world. In fact Many Devil Roads end with a tombstone with your name on it.
How To find and investigate the Devil’s Roads and highways
Many of these haunted road tales are rooted in urban legends. Other just might be the actual real deal. As of today not enough research goes into the documenting of ghost that haunt these strips of highways and lonely back roads around the world.
the most we can find is usually something that a person posts on a blog or chat somewhere. Many of us know the story of the strange goings on of Bray Road. and how often UFO's will follow a lone vehicle for many miles at night.
Many truck drivers have a few strange tales or two to tell of what they see hear and experience as they travel the lanes.
666- Devil's Road - Monmouth, Illinois
There is said to be a peculiar road only marked by the sign of the devil–666–atop a dead end street sign at the end of the street. The smell of death and rotting flesh of some long dead animal always permeates the air. Swarms of huge biting flies and the dull mumbled echo's of a soundless being that rules over them.
Allegedly, the actual Devil himself stands in the middle of the road as cars approach. They say he actually flips cars over and makes them explode in a great burst of fire. When the site is surveyed, burn marks tell exactly where the Devil appeared.
Also on the road is the Haunted Devil's Bridge. Legend says that young couple came around the curve too fast and fell of the bridge to a watery grave. It is alleged that if one stops his car on the bridge, he will be guided to safety. Bare footprints have been reported on rainy nights. Many others have also put powdered sugar on their car and reported hand prints after leaving the bridge.
The Devil's Hell Gate Road - Kenner, Louisiana
Another road near the swamps of lake Ponchartrain Past the international airport off of Airline Hwy. This place is said to be home to Loupe Garou's (Louisiana Werewolves or skin walkers), Ghosts and the hidden treasures of Jean Lafitte
This swamp is said to be the home of Zombies. It is believed as legend goes that this road that leads straight to the lake in the spillway. This is often the location of great High Holy Day Voodoo Hoodoo rituals held by a Black Mambo Queen Named Delilah Deuce. Who plans to make a zombie Army of all the people she catches.
The The Devil's Hellgate Bridge is the actual bridge that crosses the Mississippi River. It has earned this name because it is usually initiated with many spectacular accidents, and many many traffic jams. From cars just bursting into flames, and some claim the actual road is causing them to catching fire. Many times too often people with full tanks just seem to be running out of gas as they reach the summit. Many say this Devil haunted spot holds many dangers.
From the appearance of many of hundreds of ghost seen crossing it on foggy nights. To the picking up of Mary Rouge. This lonely ghost is a female ghost of a mere 18 year old. She is often seen just clad in a Bra and torn white pants, and covered with blood that streams from a head injury. Many stop to help her thinking that her car must have run into a ditch. They help her to their vehicles to driver her to the Hospital less then a mile away. Before you get to the hospital she jumps up and tries to strangle the driver then just disappears.
This road is also said to be inhabited by a family of Louisiana Swamp monsters. They are smaller cousins to the Sasquatch of the north. These little Bigfeet as they are called are said to be spotted as they scavenge the road for fresh kill nightly. The bridge is rumored to be haunted by the souls who have committed suicide.
The Devil's Road - Death Valley
Located on the border between California and Nevada, in the Great Basin and the Mojave Desert, southeast of the Sierra Nevada mountains, Death Valley constitutes much of Death Valley National Park and is the principal feature of the Mojave and Colorado Deserts Biosphere Reserve. It is located mostly in Inyo County, California. Death Valley shares many characteristics with other haunted places around the world. Many say the heat you feel is actually the devil's hot breath always beating down your neck. The road is filled with many hitchhiking ghosts and often talk of many UFO sightings and strange time distortions.
Death Valley is home to the Timbisha tribe of Native Americans, formerly known as the Panamint Shoshone, who have inhabited the valley for at least the past 1000 years. The Timbisha name for the valley, tümpisa, means "rock paint" and refers to the red ochre paint that can be made from a type of clay found in the valley. Some families still live in the valley at Furnace Creek. Another village was located in Grapevine Canyon near the present site of Scotty's Castle. It was called maahunu in the Timbisha language, the meaning of which is uncertain, although it is known that hunu is "canyon".
The valley received its English name in 1849 during the California Gold Rush. It was called Death Valley by prospectors and others who sought to cross the valley on their way to the gold fields, even though only one death in the area was recorded during the Rush. During the 1850s, gold and silver were extracted in the valley. In the 1880s, borax was discovered and extracted by mule-drawn wagons.
Death Valley National Monument was proclaimed on February 11, 1933 by President Hoover, placing the area under federal protection. In 1994, the monument was re designated as Death Valley National Park, as well as being substantially expanded to include Saline and Eureka Valleys.
Devil Church Road - Marshall, Texas
Devil Road Church is supposedly unique old Baptist Church that appears on lonely roads in the area. One week it might be on the West side of town the next night it's ont the south or the East.
Many drivers who see the church report they can hear the Devil himself inside preaching to his followers. They say the people who go to this church wear black hoods over their heads so people will not know who they are.
If your driving by late around 3:AM you will know the old Devil Ghost church building because the windows are in the shape of inverted crosses.
U.S. Route 666
U.S. Route 491 is a north-south United States highway. One of the newest additions to the U.S. Highway system, it was commissioned in 2003 as a renumbering of U.S. Route 666. With the 666 designation, this route was given the nickname "The Devil's Highway" because of the common Christian belief that 666 is the Number of the Beast. The highway serves the Four Corners region of the United States.
The route was first commissioned in 1926 as US 666. The number was appropriate per AASHTO's guidelines as the 6th spur along the highway's parent U.S. Route 66, branching off at Gallup, New Mexico. At that time its northern terminus was in Cortez, Colorado at an intersection with then U.S. Route 450 (modern U.S. Route 160).
The route serves the states of New Mexico, Colorado and Utah. Until the early 1990's , the highway also entered Arizona. This made then US 666 the only highway to have served all of the Four Corners states at the same time. However, it does not come near the Four Corners Monument, which is accessed via U.S. Route 160. At several points along US 491 mountain ranges in all of the Four Corners states are visible from a single location. The alignment of the highway is mostly North-South, however the Utah portion is signed East-West.
The Devil's Highway
The route was given the nickname "The Devil's Highway". This nickname and association made some people uncomfortable, as well as making the signs targets for theft. Because of the highway's number, accidents and other phenomena became repeated as legend. These legends convinced some people the highway was cursed One unnamed highway patrol officer was quoted in USA Today as stating that a drunk-driving suspect told him that, "Triple 6 is evil. Everyone dies on that highway".Skeptics point out that the highway has a lower than average fatality rate in Utah and Colorado. Only the New Mexico portion is statistically a dangerous highway. Skeptics also point that the high fatality rate in New Mexico can be explained by an inadequate design for current traffic loads.
The route in the other 3 states became U.S. Route 491 in 2003, mainly through efforts of New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson. He requested the change due to the "infamy brought by the inopportune naming of the road". Colorado officials agreed to the change, again citing high rates of sign theft. Within days of the announcement that U.S. 666 would be renumbered, virtually every sign on the highway had been stolen, some for sale on eBay. Officials in Utah reported that 5 entire sign assemblies had been cut at the base with a chainsaw and stolen, while New Mexico officials reported that even signs welded to metal posts (to prevent thefts) had been stolen.
In New Mexico's motion to renumber the highway they selected U.S. Route 393. Since the route came nowhere near U.S. Route 93, AASHTO instead suggested U.S. Route 491, noting it as a branch of U.S. Route 191 at Monticello, Utah. Although the next 3-digit "child" of U.S. Route 91 would have been U.S. Route 291, both the 291 and 391 designations were already in use as state route numbers in at least one of the affected states U.S. Route 666 officially ceased to exist on May 31, 2003, though "New 491 - Old 666" signs were posted after the change.
The dedication of the "new" highway was postponed until July to coincide with the start of construction projects to improve safety on the highway. At the dedication, a Navajo medicine man performed a ceremony to remove the curse from the highway. However, even some people who believed in the 666 curse disagreed with the change. Multiple newspapers and television stations interviewed people along the route about their opinion on the changing of the highway's number. One went on record as stating highway officials "are messing with the wrong guy. They're making the devil mad. They should have left the 666 alone. Others were more sarcastic. One Monticello resident stated, "We'll really miss all the potheads stopping and taking pictures of the Route 666 sign."Most residents interviewed commented that no matter the number they would still call the road the Devil's Highway.
The curse of Route 666 is discussed in the book "Copper Crucible" by Jonathan D. Rosenblum. The book is about the Arizona Copper Mine Strike of 1983 which occurred at a copper mine along the highway near Morenci, Arizona.
The A666 is a major road in east Lancashire, England. Also known as the Bolton Road, it runs from Pendlebury near Manchester, through Bolton, Darwen and Blackburn before meeting the A59 at Langho. Along the route are the West Pennine Moors, the Turton and Entwistle reservoir and the Entwistle reservoir forest.
It is commonly known as "The Devil's Highway" or "The Devil Road" due to its 'satanic' numbering. For a short length in central Bolton it is known as "St Peters Way".
HAUNTED HIGHWAYS AND CROSSROADS
Rosedale, Mississippi, where Highway 8 intersects with Highway 1. Robert Johnson and his infamous crossroads deal with the devil – in which he traded his immortal soul for musical genius – is deeply ingrained in the mythology and legend of the rural South and is one of the best-known tales of American folklore.
In Japan, ghosts are called Yurei. They are very similar to Western ghosts, and are believed to haunt people and places after their death.
Tuen Mun Road, Hong Kong - Over the years, hundreds of people have claimed that this highway is haunted by ghosts and devil's. Since 1978, many lives have been lost due to car accidents on that expressway. The high death toll is blamed on ghosts because they supposedly pop up in the middle of the road when people are driving, thus causing them to make really sharp turns to avoid them and then end up crashing. The ghosts of past victims are said to be seen there at night and some drivers have even claimed that they lost complete control of their vehicle several times.
DEVIL STREETS, AND GHOSTLY DEVIL AND DEMON LIGHTS
Road side shrines to those that have died in car accidents are see all around the world but what about the many unreported apparitions that roam them ... And a few monsters too! Suburban street ghost sightings are becoming more commonplace.
Some paranormal investigators have related different scenarios to why our highways and streets and back roads are filled with ghosts and devils. Some believe it is that of the ghosts that have died on these paved streets. Still others think it is a spirit of someone who has decided to travel cross country to see other relatives or just seeing the world as something they could not do in life.
Many devil roads are thought to be the home of what many call ghost lights. Some call them the Devil's eyes. Many city streets seem to attract the devil and his minions also.
In New York there is a street called by many Devil Street or Satan Street. It is said the devil himself walks the street each night looking to make a deal for the exchange of your soul. You can tell the street because it is the one where demon lights are known to float through the night. This devil is said to look quite human but when the deal is done his shape changes into a great winged creature.
In Detroit Michigan There is a street where they see a strange paranormal phenomena called Devil Lights. These large glowing red frey orbs float down the street . Cars on this street are said to have their batteries drained when ever they appear.
The Devil lights in Australia are sid to be bright white hot and move down deserted highways at tremendous speeds. Many believe them to be UFO's or demons looking for lost souls to collect.
Devil lights in Florida seem to be often spotted on foggy nights. When traveling across the state beware for they act like headlights of a car in your lane. only to disappear at the last second.
The Devil or Demon Lights of Yupon Beach , North Carolina are often seen moving along the long stretch of beach. If you get in there way they say you are in for a run of bad luck unless you go to church right away.
The Devil Lights of of New Jersey are thought to be that of just swamp gas. Many report that the lights will follow you for miles only to disappear when the come right up on your tail.
The Devil Black Top Highway Is said to be the main drag where you can actually drive straight into hell.
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