I hope this shows up normally and not super small sorry..
I’m from right near where zombie road is in Missouri, and while I’ve never been down it, my dad sure has and he’s had a ton of creepy stories about it
It’s ok, I didn’t need sleep anyway
Being born and raised in Hawaii, the Night Marchers (Menehunes) are no joke. If you’re unlucky enough to encounter them, just bow down with your face to the ground. Never look at them directly.
I know Annabelle is popular, but if you guys wanna know a different urban legend from CT look up the melonheads of Shelton you'll love it
There is plenty more terrifying stories in Illinois than fvcking “ghost elephants” look up the story of the bridge where if you put baby powder on the back of your vehicle and put it in neutral children will push you over it.
@theduuuude, or look up Beecher hall ghost stories in Illinois college
I believe Jacksonville Illinois has a book just for the ghost stories in that town alone
@theduuuude, the bridge story reminds me of the ghost tracks in San Antonio. Pretty much the same premise. In San Antonio, there was a slight 1° decline that caused the vehicles to roll across the tracks on their own when put in neutral.
@Russell Wilson, the moving wasn’t the creepy part it was that there would be tiny children’s handprints in the baby powder after you went across. Legend has it a bus got hit by a train there
Of course Ohio's is a stupid frog
@gaemboi, ohio also has mothman.
Zombie rooaad, take me hoome, to a place, I BELONG, Wild wood, Missouri, take me home, zombie road. (Ref 25)
Nebraskan here, never heard of the radioactive hornets.
@Blargetha, yeah. Whoever did this didn't do thorough research...
Whoever numbered this deserves to be shot.
I'm sorry but wtf kind of organization system is this? Why are all the state numbered so randomly? Why couldnt it just be numbered from left to right?
@PunnyBaker, dude it’s alphabetical
@Fairy Squad Mother, then why bother showing a map at all?
@PunnyBaker, for the #aesthetic. Gotta do it for the gram. Jk probably because humans like pictures and this picture fully illustrates how no state is safe from creepy stuff.
@Fairy Squad Mother, this is true. I'm from BC just 30min from the border and we have similar urban legends to Washington but I've never heard of that nessy cousin before. I wonder what constitutes "scariest" cuz bigfoot is far more common here but maybe no ones witnessed an actual attack or fear -endusing experience
No mothman? 2/10
How is Texas not the chupacabra?
Hoosier(14), 5 minute drive from Ohio River. Never heard of the green thingy.
Definitely too small and too much for me to try to read...sorry buddy..
@MMSieBreeze, i just checked out my own state, Colorado. Which by the way I've been too when i was like 12 with my older sister and her friends, and it sure was creepy as fvck. Still deliver on that road every once in a while for Amazon, and it still gives me chills
@TheWafflingDead, clue me in bro! I was sincere when i said its too small for me to try
@MMSieBreeze, haunted road that shows hanging slaves from trees on full moons and a mansion that has a gate to hell in the chicken coop.
@TheWafflingDead, I live about an hour away from it
@MMSieBreeze, Riverdale Road has been host to a BUNCH of urban legends old enough that my dad remembers when him and his friends went for a midnight ride down it. It ranges from there being a haunted satanic mansion (as mentioned in the snippet) to being over an old Indian burial ground. Hanging bodies can be seen in the shadows of trees in certain sections. For me and my buddies, we could hear what sounded like drums around us, and I swear to God we found handprints on the windows when we got back to a lighted area. It was creepy as hell
@TheWafflingDead, that is creepy...my brother from anothers dad says there is a raikroad track at the tip of texas(Brownsville[though im now unsure it was in brownsville]) where a schoolbus of children were killed and if you park on the tracls...the children will push you off the tracks to safety...even went as far as saying that theyve poured flour on the back of their vehicle and after being pushed there were childrens handprints in the flour
@MMSieBreeze, hi res
@TheWafflingDead, at least u got Colorado, I'd rather have that then the wendigo
At least u dont got the wendigo, I would choose Colorado any day
I’m from Staten Island and cropsey isn’t even the creepiest part of Seaview hospital there’s a ton of haunted places all over the island
I WORK in Detroit and somehow have never heard of this. I know what I'm doing this March, though
No black Aggie?! When I think urban myths in Maryland I think black aggies tomb
Also with 26 I keep thinking about the ridiculous 6 movie freakin Adam Sandler freaking running at inhuman speeds
I live in Utah but I’m from New Mexico I see the dark watchers(5) in my room they wear fedoras they freak me out
@not, You should talk to the local Bishop
@Velocitaptor, nah I’m good I don’t talk to religious dudes like the bishop or priest
Ive been to the one in alabama, the playground is also next to the city’s cemetery
Cmon... NH has way better legends than Goody Cole...
Colorado was never a slave owning state. Ignore the fact that we just voted to abolish slavery in 2018 after failing to do so in 2016.
At first, I thought it might be fun to look more into, but 25? Nah, fvck that.
@Berntley, Looks like I just missed my window for 16, too.
Hey I'm from #1, it's true too :)