Strasburg Road is known as Knock Knock Road, because many passersby in their vehicles have reported the sounds of constant child’s knocking and rapping on their car doors and windows. The haunting is said to stem from a adolescent girl who was once riding her bike by the road, and was hit and killed. She is said to knock on the doors to get the driver’s attention. Another version of the legend tells of a group of teenagers riding a car down the road and crashed into a pole. The car caught fire and started to burn, while the teenagers, who were trapped inside, desperately pounded on the windows in an attempt to get out while they burned to death.
(Submitted by Shane O)
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- Strasburg Road
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- 42.4303537595787, -82.99838912469568
- Wayne County, Michigan
- Nearest Towns:
- Eastpointe, MI (3.4 mi.)
Warren, MI (3.6 mi.)
Hamtramck, MI (3.7 mi.)
Harper Woods, MI (3.8 mi.)
Center Line, MI (4.1 mi.)
Grosse Pointe Woods, MI (4.8 mi.)
Grosse Pointe Park, MI (4.9 mi.)
Highland Park, MI (5.3 mi.)
Grosse Pointe, MI (5.4 mi.)
Roseville, MI (5.6 mi.)
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