Dead Man's Curve

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This intersection has been the site of numerous accidents, usually people who lost control at the curve (hence the name). People report seeing a male hitchhiker who has no face.

Submitted by Chris Berglund

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3134 OH-222
Bethel, OH 45106
United States

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38.99875386288983, -84.15366900531006
Clermont County, Ohio
Nearest Towns:
Amelia, OH (4.0 mi.)
Bethel, OH (4.6 mi.)
Batavia, OH (5.5 mi.)
Williamsburg, OH (6.6 mi.)
New Richmond, OH (7.6 mi.)
California, KY (8.1 mi.)
Withamsville, OH (8.5 mi.)
Owensville, OH (8.6 mi.)
Mentor, KY (9.2 mi.)
Summerside, OH (10.3 mi.)


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  1. On a summer night of 1981 we walking in the West side of st rt 222. As we passed the corner of rolling oak something began to chase us in the grass. We didn’t look back we just ran down 222. All the way to Berry rd. I don’t like to take that road even today in 2021.

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