Port Perry Ghost Road

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The Ghost Road legend begins around 1968 with a young man who crashed on a motorcycle and, in some versions, was decapitated on a rusty barbed-wire fence. Now, a big round white light speeds down the road before turning into a small red light, sometimes accompanied by the sound of a motorcycle.

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    Geographic Information

    Pine Point Rd
    Port Perry, ON

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    44.14803091810161, -78.87340593268164
    Durham Regional Municipality
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    1. I have never had any strange experiences in my life and have not since the one night at ghost road.
      I had gone to ghost road many times in high school with friends and nothing ever happened other then trying to freak one another out and kill an hour of time.

      But one night 6 of us decided to go out there again in my dad’s van, I drove. So we parked and turned the van off so there were no lights.
      There was only one other car parked on the road then (usually there are 3 to 4) and they left with in 5min of us being there.
      So we sat there laughing and talking trying to freak a few younger friends out.

      Then a single light starts to come down from the very end of the road…I’m in the driver’s seat so I see it and to me it looks like a cars headlight that has the other headlight not working. So we’re all like okay it’s another car coming to park on the road.

      So it’s coming along kinda going up and down like an normal headlight would look on a car coming down the road. It’s getting closer and closer to us so I’m thinking.. we’re sitting in the complete dark. This is dangerous if the guy doesn’t see us. I really don’t want to get hit and be responsible for injuring my friends because “You need to keep your lights off to see the ghosts”

      The light is is light ten car lengths from the van now and I’m like screw it I’m turning the headlights on I don’t want them to not see us parked here.
      Turn them on…… nothing is there!!!! Literally nothing! Everyone was so expecting to see a damn car and there was nothing!

      Not a single one of us could believe it because who expects to actually see the ghost light even tho most of us have been there over 15 times before.

      I seriously cannot explain it to this day I’ve never had anything happen that I can’t explain since….. it was so weird and I’m glad there were multiple friends who witnessed it with me.

      So yeah go to ghost road… you may just get lucky one time

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