Pigman Road - Real Angola Haunt
Holland Road, better known by its nickname, Pigman Road, earned the moniker from the legend of a local butcher who would place the heads of pigs on stakes along the street in the 1950s and ‘60s. Some allege that the butcher shot a man to death and hung his body from a meat hook in his shop. The ghostly activity on Holland Road comes from a tragedy that predates the gristly butcher, however. On December 18, 1967, tragedy struck as a six-car passenger train came apart and fell off the track near Pigman Road. 50 people died in the accident and 40 more suffered severe burns. Locals say that the spirits of these victims still roam the area.
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I can see spirit's and I can help
I can see spirit's and I can also talk with them I've had this gift from a young age and it's not that bad for me and I can help whoever it isPosted 10/13/17
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