I can honestly say I have ZERO desire to ever travel on Missouri's absolutely terrifying Zombie Road.

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According to dangerousroads.org there is a road in St. Louis county in the city of Wildwood, which is located about a 2 hour drive south of Quincy just outside of St. Louis, and the road is called Zombie Road. On the website they say...

"It’s considered one of Missouri's most haunted places. Its real name is Lawler Ford Road. It's about 2 miles long... It’s the site of one of the largest Native American burial mounds in the country. It was once merely gravel and dirt and was paved at some point years ago... Legends that have been passed around for years tell of spectral American Indians and Confederate rebels, packs of child ghosts, and the tortured souls of working men killed in industrial accidents"

To read more all about Zombie Road check out the website dangerousroads.org by clicking here! 

I wouldn't say that I am scared of Zombies because obviously there are no real Zombies, BUT I am also someone who doesn't like to push my luck when it comes to end of the world scenarios, and that is why I'll be avoiding the so called Zombie Road in Missouri. In the description on the website they say it's so old and worn down that most car traffic can't get through, so if you wanted to travel on the Zombie Road biking or walking would be best, which makes it an even bigger NOPE for me!

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