Jay Road - Seven Bridges Road

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According to local legend, a woman was jogging through the swampy section of Jay Road when a drunken driver struck and killed her, knocking her into the swamp. Her body was never recovered, and now, folks say, her spirit haunts the area. Some have seen a haze or the apparition of a woman in a jogging outfit, who suddenly disappears.

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Jay Road
Boltonville, WI
United States

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43.52730248419513, -88.06454873054463
Washington County, Wisconsin
Nearest Towns:
Little Kohler, WI (3.0 mi.)
Waubeka, WI (5.2 mi.)
Random Lake, WI (5.4 mi.)
Newburg, WI (6.7 mi.)
Fredonia, WI (6.9 mi.)
Kewaskum, WI (8.2 mi.)
Adell, WI (8.5 mi.)
West Bend, WI (9.2 mi.)
Cascade, WI (9.5 mi.)
Hingham, WI (10.8 mi.)


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  1. my boyfriend and his friends drove down that road and stopped on the side of the road. turned off the car lights and turned the\em back on and the girl was sitting in between them. then when they tried to leave their car wouldnt start.

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