Here's one more for tonight:Helltown
The Northern part of Summit County in Ohio is known by the eerily blunt moniker, Helltown. 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. Legends spawned wildly, and who can blame the legend mongers? Driving through the dark, wooded landscape was enough to give you chills even when it was populated, let alone when you have to drive by boarded up houses standing next to the burnt out hulks of others (the local fire department used some buildings for practice). - Source: listverse.com
Hundreds of individuals have reported widespread violence, murder, stalking, wild animal attacks, satanic worship and other occult activity, and unexplained (possibly supernatural) phenomenon isolated within and around Boston Township, Bath, Sagamore Hills and Peninsula.
Details are sketchy. Corroborating sources could not be reached for comment as of press time. However, the individuals making these allegations are largely relatives or friends-of-friends of the witnesses involved. Many of these incidents date back more than thirty years.
Local citizens have been unable to confirm these incidents, although some have filed criminal reports of late-night trespassing, loitering, and other suspicious activity by gangs of unidentified youths. - Source: DeadOhio.com
The above is "The End of the World"
Stanford Road, nicknamed "the Highway to Hell", is the road usually centering around Helltown's myths and legends. A point on the road, known as "The End of the World", is a huge drop off where a hill goes down at a sharp decline, leading to a barricade. - Source: kprs.webs.com
This one reminds me of a cross between Vampire Saga: Welcome to Hell Lock
and Shiver: Vanishing Hitchhiker