Hurricane Creek Rd

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A woman and a small child in out of style clothes have been seen, before vanishing. Not much is known about them.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Hurricane Creek Rd
Hurricane, West Virginia
United States

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38.5019995, -82.00598000000002
Putnam County, West Virginia
Nearest Towns:
Eleanor, WV (4.7 mi.)
Hurricane, WV (4.9 mi.)
Teays Valley, WV (5.5 mi.)
Culloden, WV (6.3 mi.)
Winfield, WV (6.5 mi.)
Buffalo, WV (8.1 mi.)
Hometown, WV (8.1 mi.)
Milton, WV (8.3 mi.)
Bancroft, WV (9.0 mi.)
Poca, WV (10.6 mi.)


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  1. Cryptid of some sort at the end of Hurricane Creek in Frazier’s bottom. Hairless thin humanoid creature with the face of an owl. Spotted by multiple people. Known as the “Owl Beast” farmers and factory workers in the area are aware of it, seems to be more prevelant during foggy nights close to dawn.

  2. Paranormal Trinity  |  

    I am a paranormal investigator & my team & I are in the middle of a Demonic Case at a home on Hurricane Rd. We have enlisted the help of a demonologist, among a few others, to help us. We have a Deliverance planned for February!

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