Allendale Tunnel

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Legend has it that a man hanged himself years ago in this tunnel, and the hook still protrudes from which he hung his rope. Witnesses say they have seen his apparition hanging here or walking in the tunnel and heard his screams.

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Geographic Information

Address:
Off South End of Robin Dr
Elsmere, KY 41018
United States

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GPS:
38.996191034111774, -84.60552531476424
County:
Kenton County, Kentucky
Nearest Towns:
Elsmere, KY (1.1 mi.)
Florence, KY (1.1 mi.)
Erlanger, KY (1.4 mi.)
Edgewood, KY (2.0 mi.)
Crestview Hills, KY (2.4 mi.)
Lakeside Park, KY (3.4 mi.)
Crescent Park, KY (3.7 mi.)
Crescent Springs, KY (4.0 mi.)
Oakbrook, KY (4.3 mi.)
Villa Hills, KY (4.7 mi.)

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  1. GeeKay Doubleya  |  

    Ive lived in Erlager my whole life 42 years and 2 days ago was the first Ive heard of this legend,so I decided to go to the tunnel last night skeptical of course. I looked down at my phone to check the time,it was 2:22 and when I looked up I saw what appeared to be a figure at the other end of the tunnel. At this point Im pretty freakin scared but Im also pretty freakin curious so I walked up and over the tunnel to the other side ( mostly cause I was too freaked out to walk through that dark ass tunnel ).when I got just about to the other side I noticed the shadow of the figure I saw. Now I swear it looked like it was hanging and jerking or twitching almost like it just hung itself and I swear it kinda looked like there was a shadow of a rope above the body. Its no longer looking like a ghost or anything,now it looks like an actual person. I possibly just witnessed a suicide attempt so I moved more to the other side and I turned the flashlight on my phone on,and anybody that has a smart phone knows how bright those bastards are. I was in utter shock and disbelief when I saw what I saw. When you think an old,bald,homeless,smelly guy is trying to hang himself right in front of you,and hes completely clueless of your presence. This made me wonder how bad it would have to be in order for you to commit suicide. Then you notice that hes not wanting to die,he wanting to get off,oh my god the twitching was his right hand trying to finish before his oxygen is finished. Still unaware of my presence he lets out a loud proud grunt,he then says in Porky Pig voice ” Thats all folks ” only like the cartoon. After he turned right in my view and blew his nut and I saw it all in a miniature spotlight. I suddenly had the answer to the question I asked about what would make me end it. Well lets just say after he saw me I looked down at him with a totally defeated look and said ” Hey buddy are bout done with that rope?”+

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