Schrader Road Tunnel

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Schrader Road Tunnel is rumored to be haunted by a ghost or two. A legend says that a woman put her unwanted baby on the train tracks, and then, in some versions of the story, hanged herself. The baby is heard crying here. But there may be another ghost as well: A woman who was murdered and hung from a nearby tree in a waterbed mattress is said to haunt the tunnel as well. Cold spots and blood dripping from the ceiling have been reported.

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Geographic Information

Schrader Road
Chillicothe, OH
United States

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39.31391153398528, -82.91170263277309
Ross County, Ohio
Nearest Towns:
Chillicothe, OH (4.0 mi.)
North Fork Village, OH (6.5 mi.)
Richmond Dale, OH (9.3 mi.)
Andersonville, OH (9.5 mi.)
Kingston, OH (11.1 mi.)
Bourneville, OH (13.3 mi.)
Waverly, OH (13.5 mi.)
Adelphi, OH (13.7 mi.)
Laurelville, OH (14.4 mi.)
Frankfort, OH (15.6 mi.)


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