Radar Road Phantom

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Locals have reported seeing a phantom horse and rider on the outskirts of the city of Rogers.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Radar Road
Rogers, AR
United States

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36.4085026, -94.08442149999996
Benton County, Arkansas
Nearest Towns:
Avoca, AR (0.9 mi.)
Little Flock, AR (3.2 mi.)
Pea Ridge, AR (3.6 mi.)
Prairie Creek, AR (4.8 mi.)
Rogers, AR (5.6 mi.)
Garfield, AR (6.7 mi.)
Bentonville, AR (7.3 mi.)
Bella Vista, AR (8.3 mi.)
Lost Bridge Village, AR (10.0 mi.)
Gateway, AR (10.2 mi.)


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  1. I have been here several times and have only had once experience. I basically said show yourself and there was a sound coming from the wheel as if something was stuck in it. This only happened while on the bride and stopped the second we got off. Tried it a couple other times the same night and got the same result, but haven’t since. Even had a very skeptical person with us freaked out. I do believe this area is haunted, but I don’t think they like to show themselves much.

  2. timothy williams  |  

    two times I was heading from pea Ridge onto radar Road and I seen someone jumping off the bridge and when I went to check it out there was nobody there the cops couldn’t find nobody either and then a second time it was at night time and I seen this tall black figure standing by the bridge and then he stood on top of the bridge and jumped off so I am assuming he killed him self then another night driving past the bridge past the old guys house my car shut off and wouldn’t start and then I heard something running through the grass and I locked myself in the car and then all of a sudden my car started back up The first time I seen the person jumped off the bridge it was during the daytime then the other time it was between 12 and 1 o’clock I seen them jumping off again

    • Timothy, I can’t help but think you may be seeing the spirit of my ex brother n law. We used to jump off into the creek whenever the water was high. He died in a 4 wheeling accident near sugar creek. His ashes were placed into the creek.

  3. In the summer of 1988 while visiting my Uncle, it was still a dirt road then. He hid told us of his encounters of hearing and seeing a horse more than one time. About 11 o’clock we were sitting outside around a firepit when I heard the sound of a horse walking down the road. I was skeptical but interested in seeing this. I ran to the road and heard it getting closer but didn’t see anything. I heard it pass by, still not seeing it but heard it loud n clear. Then about 15 ft past me, I saw it briefly. No man on it, but seen the back end of a horse and it’s tail. At that point, I was frozen with shock, a bit freaked out but in the same quite amused with the fact.
    I know this to be a fact, not a hoax by any means.

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