Whiskey Hollow Road

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Whiskey Hollow Road is a dark forest road, about 5 miles long, that has many urban legends attached to it, including that of satanic rituals, KKK practices and ghosts. One local legend says a man and his wife are two of the ghosts who roam these parts. The man was wrongly convicted of murder and was imprisoned in a shack along the road to await his corporal punishment. The man died there before his punishment was carried out, and his grief-stricken wide hanged herself on a nearby tree.

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Address:
Whiskey Hollow Road
Baldwinsville, NY
United States

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GPS:
43.11637, -76.39461699999998
County:
Onondaga County, New York
Nearest Towns:
Peru, NY (2.4 mi.)
Baldwinsville, NY (4.3 mi.)
Village Green, NY (4.3 mi.)
Jordan, NY (5.3 mi.)
Seneca Knolls, NY (5.5 mi.)
Elbridge, NY (6.3 mi.)
Camillus, NY (7.0 mi.)
Meridian, NY (7.9 mi.)
Lakeland, NY (8.0 mi.)
Liverpool, NY (8.9 mi.)

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  1. This road is HAUNTED!!!! One night we were in the minivan (my kids, hubby, & I) and it was actually the first time I drove down this road… We were trying to take a short cut home from dropping off one of the kids friends, and going back to our home in the village of Meridian. I don’t remember what time it was exactly, but I do remember it was just after dusk. I’m in the driver’s seat, my husband in the passenger’s seat, and both children in the 3rd row of the minivan. I came around a curve in the road and all of a sudden someone grabbed my pony tail and pulled it hard! My head jerked up as someone or something pulled my pony tail down! I swerved off the road a bit but managed to get the van under control and back on the road. I looked in the rear view mirror (to yell at one of the kids for pulling my hair) and saw that they were in the “way back” seat (3rd row)… My husband thinks I’m crazy, but I know what happened and felt it! This place is haunted and I will never drive on this road again!!!

  2. Hi i live about ten mins from whiskey hollow, let me start by saying yes you can here things moving there is also a cave you can sit in and you get this werid feeling that comes over like yournt alone like someone is rite there nexts to you late at night you can here screams it almost seems like there miles away, if you have a chance come out and check it out .

  3. This is the scariest place I’ve ever been to! As a teenager we went there and found a small cabin with a trap door and a cellar concealed in it. We’ve been shot at and you never feel alone there, it’s like someone is always watching you. Later in life I took my kids on a ride through the hollow and we were all scared the entire way. Day or night, it is scary!!!

  4. ive been down this road about 3 times im am terrified of the dark so only been down it once at night with a group but the other two times it was the day. but the night idk if i was so scared that my mind was playing tricks on me but i thought i saw stuff. some of my friends went back to the car while the rest of us walked the rest of the way they called us 10 minutes (after they dissapered with out telling the rest of us witch scared me more) saying something was chaseing them idk if they were messing with us but that night i had a full battery and and as soon as we were half way my phone died completely now it is an iphone 4 but idk if it was a fluke or something

  5. Ive been on that road at night and saw a bright light in the woods.in front of us. No way to explain it. There are no houses out there in that direction. Also took pics with digital camera and some orbs came out in a few pics of a tree. Other trees around it came out with no orbs.

  6. I’ve lived in b-ville never went here until I was drunk with a friend … I had to pee so we went up in the woods near the tree where the legion says the wife hung herself it was late maybe 12:30 1:00 am and as I was peeing I look up and over and see a woman hanging from the tree in a white kind of dirty dress the rope looked as if it was about 3foot hanging from the tree… I haven’t been there after that..

  7. I went down this road a few years ago and as we were going down it we saw a man walking. We waved to him but he didn’t wave back. He was probably in the middle of the 5 mile road. Far from the end. However, when we got to the end of the road we turned around. We expected to see him again as he must’ve had a long ways to walk to get to the end of the road. But he was gone! My dad also said that he looked in his rearview mirror right after we saw the guy and he just disappeared!!! Not sure if this is legit but still freaked me out a little

  8. I have been to this road many (if not dozens on dozens) of times since I was a small boy back in the early 60’s. Even then, we heard MANY tales about the road, the area and the `witch cave’, as it was known to us. There is a spring there… into which, many years before I was born), my father drove a pipe back into, and it has been running ever since. The original pipe is long gone, and others have replaced said pipe. We used to be told the water had bveen tested good many times over the years, and when our farm well ran dry in deep summer, we would fill many milk barrels with the spring water. While the barrels were being filled, we kids would climb all over the ridge and go into the witch cave. On top of the ridge is a trail, that passes through two large pines trees and into a clearing with a large oak tree on the right. There is always a camp fire spot there.. always… and we have found many strange things there. both in and around the fore pit. In the cave, some 10 years ago, we found 5 black candles and a spell book. The book was a new age publication affair, and well thumbed. We were also told that we should never, under any circumstances, visit the clearing or spring on Halloween night.

  9. What a load of crap and waste of gas!! We were all prepared with cameras and flashlights and nothing happened on this road. Whiskey hollow is a beautiful road with great surroundings and that is it. Do not believe in any hocus pocus regarding witches, ghost, etc. on this road.

  10. I mean there are washers pushed down a hill from time to time but I go there from time to time on my way to my family’s cabin in the woods but never really saw anything.

  11. I fill my water here ever week their is a fresh water spring. Never saw or Hurd anything. I even has sex in this cave which is more like a dent in a rock then a cave. If you decide to explore this road be careful. It is private property and is open to the public during daytime hours and only the road. If you go off the road your taking a chance of being shot or falling off the cliffs. Be careful driving as well. Narrow roads with no guide rail on most parts of the road and theirs cliffs steep cliffs.

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