Airport Road

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Two ghosts are rumored to appear walking along this road. One is a Confederate soldier’s apparition. The other, which is said to show up on Valentine’s Day, is the ghost of a weeping bride.

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Geographic Information

Address:
Airport Road
Seaford, DE
United States

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GPS:
38.62485187439258, -75.5705473422131
County:
Sussex County, Delaware
Nearest Towns:
Blades, DE (2.3 mi.)
Seaford, DE (2.5 mi.)
Bethel, DE (4.6 mi.)
Laurel, DE (4.7 mi.)
Bridgeville, DE (8.3 mi.)
Galestown, MD (8.8 mi.)
Sharptown, MD (9.8 mi.)
Georgetown, DE (11.0 mi.)
Delmar, DE (11.6 mi.)
Delmar, MD (11.7 mi.)

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  1. i know for a fact that this place is haunted. but not with the ghosts mentioned above. i lived on this road pretty much my entire life. but for a real scare, Paul Lane off of Airport road is the place to be. thats where i lived and i had ghostly experiences my entire life, tho most is my family that has passed away. for more information please contact me at mtowers6913@gmail.com

    • I have only lived here for about ten years and I have expieriences almost daily. Especially in my home none have been physical fortunately but you can definitely feel a presence. Thats about it though

      • And Ft Delaware is upstate, near (roughly) Wilmington & New Castle, in Delaware City. Plus its accessible from NJ by a ferry run from there also, not sure if its run by DE or NJ though, or in conjuction by both.

        I’ve done investigations up there also, Ft DE has a vibe that I cant quite explain. But its not near Seaford, just clearing up any misconceptions by those not that familar with the state of DE.

    • While there may not have been any known civil war battles fought in DE let alone in Sussex County there were many supporters of both sides in the state. DE never took really either side, it remained pretty neutral, so folks from both sides resided in the state.

      So to see a confederate soldier would not be unusual, Georgetown (not that far from Seaford) actually has a confederate soldier memorial on the grounds of the Marvel Museum, near the DMV. I’ve been there, pretty neat even if idiots like defacing the monument, or PC folks want it removed.
      I enjoy spending time on the grounds when its quiet, or visiting the buildings with history.

  2. sarah elizabeth campbell  |  

    this might be all late and stuff but i actually live near this road and i have seriously seen the soldier he has a very pale but mean look about him. no joke.

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