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The Devil's Washboard - Donmyer Road - Gypsum KS Real Haunt

  • Donmyer Rd.
  • Gypsum, KS
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Real Haunted Bridges & Overpasses, Real Haunted Nature & Outdoors (ie. Haunted Woods)
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Along Donmyer Road, there are three steep hills that are called The Devil's Washboard. Stories say that seven local teens were racing in a car in the 1950s, when they slammed into the bank, killing some or even all of them. The car was wrecked and placed upon posts as a reminder to other teen drivers. The car was slightly moved in the 1990s, but some say it still remains today crumpled along the hillside. Other reports here include phantom screams, believed to be the teens who died in the car accident.
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  • April 14th ,1974 Easter Sunday

    Larry Meyer,Richard Anderes, Loren Meyer were involved in accident, Larry Meyer was driving a 1954 Ford 4 door, lost control and rolled car ,ejecting Richard Anderes out of vehicle, Loren Meyer in back seat, Larry Meyer held on to steering wheel, Richard got hurt the worst broke his back,Loren bruised, and Larry got left broken collar bone,

    Posted 1/10/20

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