Austin Arnold Road

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The legend of the ghost on Austin Arnold Road starts is about a hermit who was unhappy that the coal mine was moving too close to his home. He destroyed his house and burned his crops, then laid down a tarp on which he shot his dog and himself. Unexplained fog and cold spots have been reported in the area and are attributed to the hermit’s ghost.

No one seems to know where exactly this road is supposed to be – “Austin Arnold Road” appears on no maps.

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Austin Arnold Road
Winslow, IN
United States

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38.382272, -87.2127863
Sanilac County, Michigan
Nearest Towns:
Snover, MI (7.3 mi.)
Cass City, MI (9.3 mi.)
Ubly, MI (10.5 mi.)
Sandusky, MI (13.0 mi.)
Minden City, MI (13.1 mi.)
Deckerville, MI (13.3 mi.)
Gagetown, MI (14.0 mi.)
Kingston, MI (14.1 mi.)
Bad Axe, MI (16.4 mi.)
Marlette, MI (17.0 mi.)


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  1. Caroline Lambert  |  

    The name of the road is Arnold Road. I’ve been a resident of this area my entire life and never heard this tale. Minnie Quay is legit, you’re missing the Cadillac House in Lexington, Michigan.

  2. This was my Great Uncle Austin. His house sat on the corner or what is now Leo Lane. Lots of stories that I will always hold dear!

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