The Ghost Bride of Haynesville Road

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This story comes from the great state of Maine. One of the most haunted places in Maine is said to be a stretch of road called Route 2A. It is in the north part of the state and runs through the Haynesville Woods. It is well known for some tragic and bizarre accidents. One example is a woman who can be seen walking along the side of the road. Margi Wells, who lives near there, had this encounter with the ghost bride of Haynesville road. Here is her story:

The Ghost Bride Of Haynesville Road

I was driving home and had to go through Haynesville. I always feel strange driving that stretch of road, but nothing weird has ever happened. I of course knew of its history, but always thought it was a bunch of bunk. That is until that night.

It was dark and I saw a woman walking on the side of the road. She was dressed in white head to toe and saying that she looked out of place was an understatement. I slowed to a stop, rolled down the window, and asked if she needed any help. She told me that she was a new bride. She and her husband had been in a car accident, and they needed help. I told her that I would gladly assist and to get in. I unlocked the door and pushed it open. As she moved towards the car she just vanished. I felt a chill go through my body and that’s it. The end of the story. Nothing! I drove home and told my roommate about it, but he just laughed and said that he too had heard the stories. – Margi Wells – Bancroft, Maine

Well Margi, I have no explanation for it. A simple scary haunting of the Hanesville forest I guess. Thank you for sharing your amazing story.

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On the program this week we head out west for a story about a man wrongly accused of horse theft and hung for his troubles. It is titled Born To Hang and comes from the OTR series Gunsmoke. You can listen to this podcast on Thursday at Ron’s Amazing Stories, download it from Apple Podcasts, stream it on Stitcher Radio or on the mobile version of Spotify. Do you prefer the radio? We are heard every Thursday at 10:00 pm and Sunday Night at 11:00 PM (EST) on AMFM247.COM. Check your local listing or find the station closest to you at this link

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