“Adventure is not an answer to life, adventure is just an option in life. But you will find answers when doing adventures, maybe not ‘ the answers ‘ that you are searching for, but things about yourself and the world that you never knew.” (Howard Polley )
The Famous Haunts
Most paranormal enthusiasts love strange travels and are familiar with reputed haunted locations such as The Hotel Del Coronado in California, Eastern State Penitentiary in Pennsylvania, The World Famous Whaley House in California and the numerous haunted locations of Saint Augustine, Florida. We have all read about the Highway to Hell, Route 666 which spans 200 miles through New Mexico, Colorado and Utah. Then there is the Mother Road, Route 66, which distance is 2400 miles and goes through eight states with many, many ghostly encounters reported all along the way.
The Roads Less Traveled
In the United States there are also roads and highways, less notorious, that have had paranormal activity reported by road travelers throughout the years. People claim seeing both male and female phantom hitchhikers, there are reports of drivers hearing voices while on various roads and there is rich folklore associated with several of these paranormal sightings. Some of these locations may surprise you and perhaps an experience, rich in darkness and intrigue, is waiting for you! If you are planning a road trip and are interested in your own personal adventure with the paranormal, take a look at what’s just down the road! Perhaps all it will take is a drive from point A to point B to have an encounter you may or may not have been anticipating.
The possibilities are endless as to where you travels can take you to investigate the Paranormal. You can start right in your own town. There is sure to be at least one story that has been passed down through time. Have you had a paranormal road experience?
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