Town Of Spirits - Hell Town Ohio Where Evil Resides

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The Northern part of Summit County in Ohio is known by the eerily blunt moniker, Hell town.Talking about haunted places in ohio, In the 70’s, Boston Township was the site of a government buyout, and subsequent mass eviction of citizens. The houses were intended to be torn down and the land used for a national park, but the plans never quite manifested.

The steep Stanford Road drop off, immediately followed by a dead end, is aptly named The End of the World.
If you get stuck at this dead end for too long, according to ghost story enthusiasts, you may meet your end at the hands of many members of the endless parade of freaks patrolling the woods.

Ku Klux Klan members,
an escaped mental patient,
an abnormally large snake,
and mutants caused by an alleged chemical spill proudly march in this parade.And if you stray from the roads, you may find Boston Cemetery, home to a ghostly man, grave robbers and, the quirkiest of all, a moving tree.

Everything you have seen in a horror movie,this is the combo of all of them.Undoubtedly one of the scariest places on earth.While investigating haunted places in ohio,Reports claim sightings of a ghostly man, a moving tree, and grave robbers.

The School Bus ghost - at night a ghostly figure smoking a cigarette could be seen inside the bus. 

Satanists have been said to practice rituals involving animal sacrifice at a Presbyterian church off of Boston Mills Road. Decorative fascia boards on the church had what appeared to be upside-down crosses carved into them. 

It was also reported that groups of black hooded figures, apparently Satanists, tried to stop occupants passing through Boston Village at night in cars by blocking the road. It's also said that an escaped mental patient roams the woods at night looking to kill victims.

This is often used to explain the local legend of the "Peninsula Python", a gigantic snake that wanders the area's woods.the "Peninsula python" myth dates back to the 1940s. Protection Status