Buffalo Ridge Road

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The north end of Buffalo Ridge Road becomes a dirt road. The story tells that a man hung himself here, and with so much grief, the wife murdered her three children. One boy, a girl, and a baby. If you drive slow on the dirt road at night, it is said to be haunted. I went on there the other night and saw apparitions of a female in a dress with dark hair, silhouettes of people running on all fours, people walking around. Scary.

(Submitted by Aubrey)

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Geographic Information

Buffalo Ridge Road
Sturgeon Bay, WI
United States

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44.80971337712297, -87.30773234376102
Door County, Wisconsin
Nearest Towns:
Sturgeon Bay, WI (3.8 mi.)
Forestville, WI (11.8 mi.)
Little Sturgeon, WI (12.7 mi.)
Algoma, WI (15.2 mi.)
Egg Harbor, WI (16.4 mi.)
Baileys Harbor, WI (19.8 mi.)
Casco, WI (23.1 mi.)
Ephraim, WI (24.9 mi.)
Dyckesville, WI (25.1 mi.)
Menominee, MI (25.5 mi.)


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