Narrows Road

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A phantom officer in a ’50s police car haunts Narrows Road, locals say, pulling over living drivers late at night. The ghost is said to be the lingering spirit of a cop who was hit and killed by a car here while making a traffic stop in the 1950s. Some reports say this is only a legend, and there is no record of an officer having died here.

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Geographic Information

Address:
Narrows Road
Erlanger, KY
United States

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GPS:
38.992136687657414, -84.58284097911019
County:
Kenton County, Kentucky
Nearest Towns:
Edgewood, KY (1.8 mi.)
Elsmere, KY (1.8 mi.)
Erlanger, KY (2.0 mi.)
Florence, KY (2.4 mi.)
Crestview Hills, KY (2.4 mi.)
Lakeside Park, KY (3.1 mi.)
Crescent Park, KY (3.6 mi.)
Independence, KY (4.0 mi.)
Crescent Springs, KY (4.1 mi.)
Taylor Mill, KY (4.7 mi.)

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