Hamilton Road

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Stories about Hamilton Road are of the urban legend type. For example, a ghost of a short man will chase you if you stop on the third bridge and flash your lights four times, then cross the bridge. Phantom flames are said to come from the woods where an 1800s church caught fire, and a phantom train comes down the nearby railroad tracks. The road is a dangerous one, especially in winter or rainy weather.

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Geographic Information

Address:
Hamilton Road
Mulberry, IN
United States

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GPS:
40.33872849999999, -86.61797839999997
County:
Clinton County, Indiana
Nearest Towns:
Mulberry, IN (2.5 mi.)
Rossville, IN (5.5 mi.)
Frankfort, IN (7.0 mi.)
Monroe, IN (7.2 mi.)
Dayton, IN (8.3 mi.)
Clarks Hill, IN (8.5 mi.)
Stockwell, IN (8.8 mi.)
Colfax, IN (10.3 mi.)
Michigantown, IN (11.9 mi.)
Buck Creek, IN (12.8 mi.)

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  1. this is not my personal story, i live in frankfort indiana and this story was told to me by my uncle.. My uncle always takes me to “Sleepy Hallow” (Hamilton Road) that does have a bridge and an abandoned cementary. The legend of Sleepy Hallow goes like this: some group of friends in high-school, long back, were driving recklessly and under the influence across the bridge. blaring music and cheering, having a great time with eachother. While they were having fun flashing their lights at the old cementary thinking they will awake any unrested spirits, Hermit ( the “spirit” with a shot gun and the one who also lives in the house right by the cementary) , shot his gun towards the kids to scare them off. well the kids were scared and drove as fast as they could out of there, crashing on the bridge.. killing everyone in the car. today we all drive out on Sleepy Hallow (the bridge) and park our cars on the middle of the bridge on nutrual.. having our car pushed by the ghosts of the teens. some of us even put baby powder on the back of the cars so the hand prints can end up on the cars…..
    story goes about the ghost train. He said him and a buddy were going out to sleepy hallow around 3 AM and witnessed a ghost train. The tracks on Hamilton have been blocked but when the “train” passed , the cement blocks were not there. so my uncle and his friend waited for the train to pass and continued on with their daring trip to the bridge. once they decided to finally go home, being spooked by their car being pushed they notice the cement blocks on the ends of the rail roads and questioned how the trail passed.. my uncle swears he saw the train, heard the trail whistle, and even waited maybe a total of 10-15 minutes so the train could pass. he also informed me that his friend and him were smoking and they both were high, but him seeing the train and all was clear to him.

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