Urban legends abound with haunted locations. One popular location for hauntings seems to be gloomy country roads. Southeastern Michigan has their own favorite haunted road...Morrow Road.
The legend begins in 1893, during a snowstorm, a woman went out in the middle of the night searching for her baby/toddler that had somehow wandered from the house. She was unable to find her child and froze to death. It is said that the bodies were never found, although their spirits never left Morrow Road. In addition, the Morrow Road is also reported to be an ancient burial ground for the Native Americans from that area.
The legend is if you drive out there at midnight, park on the old bridge, and honk three times, the woman will appear to see if you have her child. She is described as wearing a bloody white gown and has a very distorted face with no eyes. If you try to flee from her, she will chase your car down the road and may even kill you.
Eyewitness have given accounts of glowing orbs in the woods, and the sounds of a crying infant near the bridge. This is a popular site for people to investigate, so much so that the local police frequent the area to keep trespassers away. Investigate at your own risk.
There are plans to make a movie about Morrow Road, but the release date as not been set.