Kelly Road

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This road, also called the Mystery Mile by residents, is said to be haunted. What else could the explanation be for strange white apparitions and the tendency for animals here to turn from tame to fierce and bloodthirsty? Strange sounds are also heard along this road and in the forest through which it cuts.

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Geographic Information

Kelly Road
Ohioville, PA
United States
40.65833310983291, -80.43555185659181
Beaver County, Pennsylvania
Nearest Towns:
Industry, PA (1.4 mi.)
Midland, PA (1.9 mi.)
Shippingport, PA (2.1 mi.)
Ohioville, PA (3.4 mi.)
Georgetown, PA (3.5 mi.)
Glasgow, PA (3.8 mi.)
Hookstown, PA (4.5 mi.)
Beaver, PA (7.3 mi.)
Chester, WV (7.4 mi.)
Calcutta, OH (7.5 mi.)


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  1. Mary Melissa Knight Deeter  |  

    Kelly Road is not Mystery Mile. Mystery Mile is located as part of Wolfrun Road. Also it is in Industry. I grew up on Kelly Road & have traveled both Kelly & Wolfrun including the part That is called Mystery Mile, at night, & never experienced anything unusual. It got the name years ago when it was laid down. Can not remember details now but something about that they laid down the start of the road & stopped. It was called that because of why would they place it there & not finish. Years later they finished it. But the main part of the road on Wolfrun was used up to where you turn off to go up hill to head towards Midland. I can not remember that roads name. But when the paved it, they extended part of the paving from that point, for about a mile & stopped. The rest, if I remember the story right, was a dirt road that years later, got finally paved. By that time it was known as Mystery & people already, not knowing why it was named, made up tall tales. The only ghost story I heard as a kid was about a girl ghost, hitch hiker that if you stop & she gets in & won’t talk & then disappears from your back seat. My Aunt said she had a cousin die there in her teens, during the 70’s & she is suppose to be that ghost. None of my other family has seen or heard of any ghosts. My opinion, including the story of the girl, are all false. It was named because nobody knew why they paved a mile of it for no reason & then stopped. People thought it should have stopped at the hill & the rest stay dirt.

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