Chain Gang Hill Road

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Victims of the infamous local murderer the Gaffney Strangler are said to haunt Chain Gang Hill Road. The girls’ voices can be heard moaning and screaming along this stretch.

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Chain Gang Hill Road
Gaffney, SC
United States

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34.976538, -81.79925650000001
Spartanburg County, South Carolina
Nearest Towns:
Clifton, SC (1.1 mi.)
Converse, SC (2.3 mi.)
Cowpens, SC (2.8 mi.)
Glendale, SC (3.1 mi.)
Pacolet Mills, SC (4.9 mi.)
Central Pacolet, SC (5.2 mi.)
Pacolet, SC (5.8 mi.)
Spartanburg, SC (7.7 mi.)
Mayo, SC (8.2 mi.)
Saxon, SC (9.6 mi.)


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  1. Colleen Megan Boyle  |  

    Just left that area. Heard 2 screams lasting a second each. I think the thing that was most terrifying of all was the freekin road. Half of it has no road markings whatsoever and there is a very huge dip in the road that could literally launch your car if your not super careful. There’s also a good portion of it that is a one lane road. The whole damn area is just freekin weird

  2. Tbh it’s not really haunted did not hear anything but was a strange road that had a neighborhood in it but yeah didn’t hear anything odd

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