Lick Skillet Lane

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There have been ghost sightings on this road hitchhiking. Do not stop or you may get hurt. Its not a real person and you will have a feeling that you are being watched. I traveled down that road didn’t see anything but I felt a presence. The reason why it is haunted is down there is a hanging tree from a long time ago.

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Lick Skillet Lane
Waldron, AR
United States

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34.9043219, -93.8788409
Scott County, Arkansas
Nearest Towns:
Waldron, AR (12.0 mi.)
Booneville, AR (16.5 mi.)
Magazine, AR (17.5 mi.)
Blue Mountain, AR (18.3 mi.)
Oden, AR (20.5 mi.)
Mansfield, AR (23.7 mi.)
Havana, AR (24.4 mi.)
Huntington, AR (25.0 mi.)
Caulksville, AR (27.5 mi.)
Belleville, AR (27.6 mi.)


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  1. My family & descendents grew up in Lick Skillet. My great grandparents told that a group of settlers traveled through & their little girl was lost, never to be found. We were always told there were spirits here & some of my relatives would not visit the area.

  2. I would suggest visiting Lick Skillet Lane only during the day. From the moment we turned onto the road from the highway, we saw a light to the left that appeared like a porch in the faint distance. The longer we went down the road, the light stayed appearing but never got closer. We made it halfway down Lick Skillet Lane, before turning around. I took this pic after we turned around to back to the main highway. When I got out, there was COMPLETE darkness. That faint porch light that appeares the whole time was gone. Super wierd, and very scary.

  3. Just went and visited this road, drove it first, then parked and walked it. It’s late, completely dark. Nothing notable. At one point it got cold, which we all took note of, but it is Fall, unseasonably warm, but still fall and at night it usually does cool off, so it’s not that crazy that there is a cool breeze now and then. The only other thing is at one point there was a light that went across my midsection, I though for a second someone had shined a flashlight at me, but there was nothing, weird for sure, but no creep factor. I had my dog with me, she did not seem to hit on anything either. We had a bit of a group, to many were noisy children, me and my dog hung back and let the others go ahead, but it would have been better if there had been fewer people.

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