I have been to weary road once in april of 2007 and theres a country road between where i live and where i work that is similar to weary road, but its not haunted like weary road, anyone else have country roads similar to weary road??? do you think they could be haunted if similar to weary road???
I drive on backroads for 14 miles from home to work each day. About 2/3 of the way to work, I pass an old cemetery that sits back about 1/4 mile back from the main road with a gravel road to get to it. Every time I go past this cemetery while driving on the main road, I get alot of cracking and static on my radio as I pass by. After I get past the cemetery, my radio returns to normal. I've also noticed on some nights on my way home, even on very clear nights, there is a dense fog in the vicinity of the cemetery only.
theres Hogs Back road in Hubertus. Ive heard rumors its haunted but Ive never experienced anything. they had a little area that if your car was small enough you could park. but they filled that area with woodchips. my friend and i walked down the one side (holding on for dear life) and found some old rusted out cars. but that was 1998 and i think i read somewhere they took those out of there.
theres also holy hill road where the deer eating beast is. Ive lived out there most of my life and never saw evidence of this.
I find it amazing that Wisconsin gets the most hits on this website. People from all over the country and beyond post on this site, but it's the people of Wisconsin that are the most active. Does this mean that there is more activity in this state?
I recently discovered that weary road is located near Stoughton in Dane County. My niece moved there a little over a year ago. I plan to research it some more and go for a visit. I'm sure she will not join me. But you never know. She came from Penn State. Isn't that where a few of the student investigators are on the Paranormal State show?
Weary Road really isn't near Stoughton....it was listed wrong (as being in Stoughton, I mean) on some website that listed "haunted locations" in Wisconsin, and has been reported wrong ever since....
It's actually in Evansville - or just outside of Evansville, you turn onto Weary Road from Highway 14 just East of the city...if you get to the first stoplight in Evansville, you've already missed it, so it's the last turn you can make before you actually enter the Evansville city limits.
Weary Road is close to 20 miles from Stoughton...and is in Rock County, not Dane County as somebody else stated.
-and it's a pretty weird place....it just has an eerie "feeling" to it.
Last Edit: Sept 9, 2008 8:43:14 GMT -6 by bobbybuka
If you google weary road it will allow you to travel the entire road and certain spots theres fog spots and when you move they are still there as well as behind you. also on the corner of weary and tuttle theres a road closed sign and as usual theres no actual road work anywhere and the sign is where all the haunted actvity is at.
OH - I've been to Weary Road about a half dozen times, I guess.
The last time I was out there was about 2 months ago and I've noticed that a lot of the really freaky looking trees along the road have been cut down...this kind of depressed me because it takes away from the "eerie feeling" that the place has.