Freestyle Travels to Munger Road this September
There are some places in this world you just shouldn't go. Every story or urban legend always begins with at least a shred of truth, and should you have the balls enough to travel down Munger Road, you may just find out how scary reality can be.
Coming to theatres on September 30th is Nicholas Smith's Munger Road starring Bruce Davison, Randall Batinkoff, Trevor Morgan, Brooke Peoples, Hallock Beals and Lauren Storm.
Details are scant at the moment, but we do know that the film centers on two small town cops who begin a search for four teens who go missing the night before the town's annual Scarecrow Festival.
A popular Munger Road tale says at one time a school bus filled with children stalled on the train tracks was hit by a train, which killed everyone inside. According to the legend, if someone shifts a car into neutral over the tracks and dusts powder on the back window, then hands will appear to be pushing the car off of the tracks.
In reality the infamous "road" is actually a stretch of Stearns Road near Powis Road. For years Illinois teens have stopped on the abandoned train tracks in hopes of finding a ghost using baby powder.
Check out a supposed video of some kids who recently went to the real Munger Road below, and then head on over to the official Munger Road website for more.
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