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Britain's twelve most haunted roads revealed

Posted on Monday, 21 October, 2019 | Comment icon 7 comments

Keep your eyes on the road... Image Credit: CC BY-SA 2.0 Ian Paterson
Motoring experts have compiled a list of twelve sinister roadways with a penchant for paranormal activity.
As if driving in the dark wasn't disconcerting enough, some of Britain's roads have a reputation for sightings of ghostly figures, tales of phantom hitchhikers and many other strange phenomena.

The road up Blue Bell Hill in Kent is one such place. Here, drivers have reported seeing a ghostly woman in a white dress who some believe to be the ghost of a woman who was killed in 1965.

During the construction of Stockbridge Bypass, Sheffield in 1988, two security workers reported seeing young children playing in the middle of the construction site. When they moved closer to investigate however, the youngsters disappeared into thin air leaving no trace or footprints.

The M6 Motorway - which lies on a well-trodden route dating back 2,000 years - is well known for its ghostly sightings of Roman soldiers crossing the road only to vanish mysteriously from sight.

Other roads to make the list include the B519 by The Spaniard's Inn, Hampstead which is said to be haunted by a phantom highwayman, and the A666, 'Devil's Highway' in Bolton, which has been linked to sightings of a mysterious hunchback as well as other ghostly phantoms and figures.
A phantom train has been sighted along Dundee's Old Tay Bridge, while Platt Lane, Lancashire is supposedly haunted by the ghosts of miners who died in a nearby accident.

The A636 in Wiltshire has been linked to sightings of a ghostly girl named 'Sally in the Woods', while the B1249 is said to be home to a red-eyed, hairy creature which tried to break into a passing car.

The A3 near Burpham, Surrey was the site of a tragic car accident which the police only found out about after the ghostly visage of the driver was seen careening off the road some five months later.

London's Cock Lane is home to a notoriously haunted house, while Scotland's Electric Brae is famous for it's gravity-defying hill that sees cars rolling up it rather than down.

"Whether you believe in ghosts or not, the stories alone are enough to send a chill down your spine," said Tim Alcock of which compiled the list.

Source: The Scarborough News | Comments (7)

Tags: Haunted, Roads

Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #1 Posted by the13bats on 21 October, 2019, 10:56
This is cool will research teams ( unbiased ) be set up with fear to try to do some fact finding on the phenomonon?
Comment icon #2 Posted by MissJatti on 21 October, 2019, 13:20
It didn't send the chill down my spine.
Comment icon #3 Posted by cathya on 21 October, 2019, 15:36
Why are these supposed ghost women always dressed in white?
Comment icon #4 Posted by Chewie1990 on 21 October, 2019, 18:08
So you can see them at night, it's actually very sensible from a road safety perspective. They already died once so they learned the lesson the hard way.. The spookiest thing about this is I randomly went down a youtube rabbit hole yesterday of a paranormal tv show I used to watch as a kid and the very first episode I saw was about the Stockbridge Bypass case. Weird timing The reenactments definitely sent a chill down my spine - the acting was awful!
Comment icon #5 Posted by Matt221 on 22 October, 2019, 9:35
Here a bit about Blue Bell hill personally I've never seen nowt there and I used that particular every day/ night in the past.
Comment icon #6 Posted by the13bats on 22 October, 2019, 11:14
You just arent enlightened...
Comment icon #7 Posted by kel_kel on 24 October, 2019, 3:51

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