BLUE RIDGE HAUNTS
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The story of some Blue Ridge haunts.
Part of the
Appalachian Mountains in the Eastern United States, Blue Ridge is a
mountain chain that runs from Georgia to Pennsylvania, famous for
the bluish color of the mountains when they are observed from the
Situated on the southern edge, the Blue
Ridge Parkway encompasses 469 miles of nature trails and ghosts that
document this area as one of the most visited haunted places in
America, although visitors require a permit to visit or investigate
inside these spooky areas.
Closer to Pisgah, North Carolina, there
is a covered bridge road outside Asheboro leading to "Terror Town".
This is an 18-acre farmland area in which numerous haunting have
been reported since several years ago, but the most noticeable is
the voice of a girl that can be heard deep in the forest once
visitors reach this point of the mountain.
Other manifestations occurring along
the farmland include a ghostly black horse crossing the road and
running through the woods and different ghosts that can be seen
wandering in the place under the moonlight, such as the boy who
sings under a tree in which he was hanged. The Blue Ridge Parkway
scenic drive has witnessed ghostly people who stop drivers and then
disappearing into the thin air.
In the mountain range close to Natural
Bridge, Virginia, visitors can enjoy the Haunted Monster Museum
inside the Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park and then get frightened after
discovering real ghosts in their pictures, apparitions that were not
seen while they shot the camera.
From the Ridge Mountains another unexplained phenomena is observed
from two different points of the parkway. The Brown Mountain Lights
a sort of luminous orbs that float across the air through the
mountain and suddenly disappear. Closer to the area in which these
manifestations occurs, the Linville Caverns are home to the Nunnehi,
little people similar to elves but from a ghostly origin according
to the Cherokee Indians, who believe that the Blue Ridge Mountains
are home to countless spirits scattered throughout all the range.
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