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Many believers claim that this road is just plain evil. At a restaurant named 4-wind, Satanism is practiced, and people/ghosts have been seen to vanish into thin air. On a bridge named Black Tram, it is said that is a person parks their car at midnight and yells “Come and get me” three times, a car will appear and attempt to drive you off the road. There is also a ghostly couple who tries to flag down approaching cars, but when they come near, the couple vanishes. Going one direction on this road, a person may notice a side-road, Old Black Well Rd., but if they approach the road from the opposite direction, it will mysteriously be gone.

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john says:

November 18, 2009, 1:04 pm

My girlfriend lives in Blackwell. I have been down there every weekend. We travel Blackwell Road every Friday and Saturday night. She lives on Cole Road, next to the train tracks. One weekend, about 3 weeks ago, the river flooded the intersection of EE and Cole Road. I have to park on the other side of the bridge, walk across the bridge and walk the train tracks about a mile and a half to her house. What better opportunity for ghosts and goblins to make their appearance. I didn’t hear any screams, feel any chills, see any orbs, or any bodies, fires, or ghost cars. Never have seen or heard anything like the the whole time I have been spending my weekends there. All just a bunch of stories and made up hype.

Justin Jackson says:

December 31, 2009, 9:25 pm

Me and a couple friends went up there not too long ago and we parked on the bridge and flashed our lights 3 times and yelled out the window come get me 3 times and we waited for 3 min and the water started gettin louder and we got freaked so we left the 4th min and right before we got to the train tracks a train flew right infront of us and idk if those train tracks are used anymore or what but when we went across the tracks it was stopped and we went across and on the other side of the tracks theres a dead end we pulled in there and backed out as soon as we did a white truck with no symbols or anything on it came around the curve doin atleast 80 mph and we took off and when we crossed the tracks again the train was backing. The truck chased us all the way out to E hwy… If somebody could tell me if the train tracks on the other side of the bridge are still used my email is t_jjj23@hotmail.com Thanks!

Justin Jackson says:

December 31, 2009, 9:28 pm

me and three friends went there and we parked on the bridge did all that and had some freaky experiences that night. If somebody could please tell me if the train tracks on the other side of the bridge if your coming from E hwy are still used ide appreciate it. My Email is t_jjj23@hotmail.com Thanks!!!

Andrew says:

January 29, 2010, 12:24 am

Not to burst anyones bubble, but that bridge Tram bridge out in Blackwell, has been destroyed for sometime now two years i believe a new bridge was in it place, If you guys want a real scare. Park out at the west end of the bridge and walk south to were it used to be, you’ll get a real chill out of it………..

Andrew says:

January 29, 2010, 12:30 am

Hey those Train tracks are still used frequently

Chels says:

May 3, 2010, 3:20 pm

PS I see that it starred the word s-h-i-t. Just to let ya know, thats what the word was.

Brandon says:

May 13, 2010, 12:37 am

I have lived just outside of Farmington (south of Bonne Terre) and have never heard of Blackwell, much less it being haunted. I stumbled across the website and began reading the comments which interested me. I plan on road tripping up to Blackwell when I get back from deployment in late August. Any one who is interested in going is more than welcome. Just shoot me an email at brandon_hampton2008@hotmail.com Thanks for the stories!

McBob says:

June 21, 2010, 1:57 am

ok so im not too sure about the whole car chase thing or whatever, but let me tell ya, when you go out there take a digital camera and just snap away, you will see some pretty crazy things, one night half our pictures wouldnt even show up, most of the ones that did had an unexplainable yellow orb in random spots, there is a house somewhere out there coudnt find it during the day that we have photographed multiple times with actual ghosts in front of it, to top this off on our way in the same night me and someone else had heard this terrible screeching noise almost like an eagle screaming. Every foggy spot we drove through there was the smell of cooking, 1 a.m. btw. what finally scared us off the road was what happened at the tracks, this seemed like a normal train until our daytime investigation showed us we could see a good bit down the tracks, but anyway we stopped and nothing, as soon as we had gotten onto the tracks a train out of nowhere so i hauled it and stopped on there otherside…nothing, no train or noise whatsoever, it was time to turn around. about 2 miles from E I start freezing and feeling sick, i lean forward and look up there is a huge white bird (4 or 5 ft wingspan) flying “mythotically” above us for approximately a minute…The next day I researched birds to find an answer, and I am still puzzled, I personally will never go back at night, and that was just the road not the cemetaries. Also during the day me and a friend spotted a MASSIVE dog running through multiple fields by us, by massive it was clearly visible in grass that was approximately 3 ft or so…Blackwell is for the brave and, after blackwell I have lost most of my bravery. Old st. louis road is worth checking out as well

Melissa says:

August 13, 2010, 12:34 am

I got led to Blackwell MO through a year long investigation we did on a property in Jefferson County MO. One thing I did find out is that back in the early 1800 when they abolished slavery one farmer in Blackwell refused to release his slaves. He hung them from all the trees on the edge of the property. So I don’t know about satanism but I know there are a lot of p***** off spirits and rightly so. Studying the supernatural for 12 years our photos have been on George Noory so I am serious about the paranormal. There are ghosts and spirits so no matter what your parents told you they are real. One thing I found out years ago is if it’s haunted it’s haunted day and night. Yes we have apparitions in broad daylight and at night. One picture was taken out of our car passing a location and there in one snapshot a 100 year old residual haunt caught on a camera. The clothes were dated by a vintage clothes collector. So being scared is fun when you hunt for it, but when it hunts you its a different story. Be safe. Unseen Paranormal

Melissa says:

August 13, 2010, 12:43 am

Please send me some paranormal pictures from Blackwell. I’s love to see them. I know the man whose family established the town. His family was wooden tombstones and they keep the cemetery kept nicely. So please be careful. If your over 21 and want to investigate let me know.

Stephanie Rankin says:

August 28, 2010, 11:18 pm

I have a few incidents that really occurred in Blackwell,my kids were w me, and we all experienced the strangest night of our lives out there. There was an old car, from the 50’s that was at a stop sign. Inside it was four people. The two women had beehive hairdos and the men were dressed like greasers. One man and woman got out of the car and asked my husband for directions. My husband gave them directions and they drove forward. The car suddenly vanished into thin air. No kidding, we were terrified. On another occassion, we were driving home around eleven at night, and with no warning a passenger train went passing by us with no warning whatsoever. There are no crossing lights or gate, we were within seconds of being hit. This may seem like it wouldnt be scary in the haunted sense, but the pasenger car was only about three links long- and it almost seemed to disappear before we ever saw it.

Daniel says:

September 24, 2010, 2:19 pm

yeah blackwell is really crazy just even driving past the road gives u the creeps i live right up the road from blackwell so i am farely close to it i have been down there a bunch but have never seen anything out of the ordinary from getting the earie felling someones watching you but my uncle is buried in masonic cemetary and me and a freind went down there one night and sat in his car and was talking to the spirits buried there and had asked them to make a noise saying they were there and they did it was pretty creppy but i have been doing alot of research on blackwell the past few days and now im wanting to explore some more of it my gf and her parents went down by the bridge to look at the river and they said this gray man came out of nowhere from a feild and started walking towards them so they got in there car and tried to leave but it wouldnt start her dad said he definitly wasnt human so it had to been a ghost wish i could have been there to see it but yeah melissa i am 21 and would love to do some investigating with u get back to me maybe we can go explore blackwell

Kelsey says:

September 29, 2010, 1:11 pm

i wanna go back so bad after reading all theese stories… me and my friend kelly went a few years back during the day… Couldn’t really find the bridge or what we were looking for out there.Need to get better directions next time. but we did find the four winds restaurant. the same guy with the accent meeted us at the door… he seemed very eery (sp) of us being there. He made us sit in a certain table (even tho we were the only ones there) acted really nice ..too nice…kept asking us all about ourselves..and all.. there were goat heads hung on the wall..along with what looked like sometype of satanism medals..idk just got a creepy feeling from the whole thing..and when we were leaving he walked us out to our car and picked us these red flowers.. lol idkk diddnt experience any paranormial activty tho..four winds kinda creeped us out enough…lol but if anybody wants to go back with me lemme know! thanks

anthony says:

October 17, 2010, 5:57 pm

Hey i lived in bonne terre for a couple of years now, i have checked it out and wat they say is true. I’ve seen the car and it’s real but for a good time it’s worth the drive.

Gary says:

October 25, 2010, 2:48 pm

Anthony, im with a paranormal group, and was hoping you took a picture or anything of that sort? and what time did you go and see the truck?

Gary says:

October 25, 2010, 2:54 pm

Kelsey, I will go, ive never been there and i have equipment so we can catch it on film, get a hold of me at garyrfurtado@aol.com, or look me up on facebook

Dennis Murphy says:

October 26, 2010, 10:38 am

To everyone regarding the whole ghost nonsense in Blackwell. There are no ghosts only ghost stories. It is darker in Blackwell than most other places becuase it is a rural area with NO street lights at all. No homes directly on the roads so again no light source.

As far as the tracks and bridge. Yes the tracks are used daily by trains in both directions at all times during the day and night.

In regards to people being followed by mysterious vanishing cars that would be the people who there there who are tired of all the people breaking into supposed haunted houses and trespassing all of the time. There is a lot of theft going on and becuase the nearest police respons eis over 30 miniutes away they have to look out for their own property and each other. Please just leave us alone. How would you like it if the people of Blackwell started ghost rumors about your neighborhood and people started showing up at your house to break in and take pictures.

Dennis Murphy says:

October 26, 2010, 10:42 am

To everyone regarding the whole ghost nonsense in Blackwell. There are no ghosts only ghost stories. It is darker in Blackwell than most other places becuase it is a rural area with NO street lights at all. No homes directly on the roads so again no light source.

As far as the tracks and bridge. Yes the tracks are used daily by trains in both directions at all times during the day and night.

In regards to people being followed by mysterious vanishing cars that would be the people who live there who are tired of all the people breaking into supposed haunted houses and trespassing all of the time. There is a lot of theft going on and because the nearest police response is over 30 miniutes away they have to look out for their own property and each other. Please just leave us alone. How would you like it if the people of Blackwell started ghost rumors about your neighborhood and people started showing up at your house to break in and take pictures.

Melissa Wrozier says:

October 26, 2010, 12:12 pm

I need ten people that want to investigate a haunted location. This place is in Illinois. Date to be announced. This will be a controlled “experiment” if you will. Cost will be $25.00 per person. (Cost going to owner for night staff) You will be responsibile for your own equipment and for viewing. Someone will be the leader and bring the review to the client. Since you will have no preconceived ideas we want to see if the spirits will be as or more active with inexperienced people as they are experienced investigators. If you think you have what it takes to be in a paranormal group or want to lead one here is an opportunity. You will be under the watchful eye of Unseen Paranormal Research And Investigations. The spirits in this location seem to be more active to new individuals as we note this pattern we are bringing new individuals in.

Jimmy Ash says:

October 29, 2010, 2:21 pm

I posted 3 years ago, and I’m gonna post one last time. Tales of Blackwell have been greatly exaggerated. First, the Four Winds restaurant. Miloud, the owner, is Moroccan. He is not a Satanist, but a really nice man. The reason he had you sit specifically in one area and asked you questions is because that’s his culture. The reason all of you had to eat was because he makes it on the spot, and doesn’t want to make one meal. He was the most gracious host and the food was delicious. Next, the “Black Tram” was torn down years ago, so it’s bunk. The new bridge has nothing wrong with it. The “Nun House”, found right next to old bridge on the western bank, is just an abandoned house. I never could find the Blackwell graveyard, due to it being private property and gated off. The Moon cemetary was a great place to go… creepily hidden down a road, but again, nothing extravagant. The “Pentagrams” are not… it’s for Easter Seals and Freemasons. There is a freemason graveyard west of Blackwell that actually did have an odd happening, but other than that, nothing. What it boils down to is this; the scariest thing you will find out there are pissed off locals that might not take kindly to you snooping around whatever meth labs might be brewing out in the middle of nowhere. I’ve been out this way over 12 times since 2007. Went to local libraries to refute any claims of raped nuns, devil worshipping cults, and sadistic judges. As with all ghost stories, there is only a hint of truth in an explosion of a lie. I’ll be happy to head out there with anyone wanting to go anytime. I do like the area, and there are a couple places where things have gone on that I can’t explain. Want to know more, find me on Facebook. james.harold.ash@us.army.mil That is my FB addy, so do not mail me, just use it to find me.

mary ellis says:

October 29, 2010, 5:59 pm

i have been out htere many times and have had alot of things happen to us.if you want to know more email me at maryellis1976@yahoo.com.plus i have pictures on my facebook of moontown cemetery find me on three and have a look.i will be returning to blackwell in the spring or early summer if anyones interested contact me.

mary ellis says:

October 29, 2010, 6:01 pm

i forgot to mention i do know the location of the old blackwell cemetery.and lots of other good places to check out1

Keke says:

April 22, 2011, 12:25 pm

Scary.

Josh says:

April 26, 2011, 6:09 am

oh this is silly i live on silver Springs rd, a couple roads down from blackwell, and I like the new bridge, It makes fishing at night easier, I been out there from 10pm at night to 5am, and Have never seen, heard or smelled anything! and Ive been all over the houses and yet again nothing. But then again i grew up here too, and rember the old tram bridge, man was that a fun bridge on the 4th of july. You kids are just silly, no ghost out here!

michael call says:

August 9, 2011, 11:09 pm

they do not do satanism at four winds…thats just silly…i used to work there lol…as far as the other stuff im gonna go one nite n check things out…sounds fun

Dennis Murphy says:

September 12, 2011, 5:38 pm

Once again I need to update people about Blackwell. The old supposed huanted bridge has been torn down and replaced many years ago. The Four Winds Restaurant is closed. The abandoned house by the bridge has been renovated an people live in it now, so please leave them alone. Many of the old sites no longer exist and others have been renovated and people live there now. So this Halloween try some place else for your fun-you’ll be glad you didn’t waste your time.

zach says:

January 6, 2012, 11:22 pm

i have actually been to the blackwell house and inside of it and never seen anything out of the ordinary. I have been up and down the road many of times never seen anything either, but i was wondering if anybody does know of any actual haunted houses in or around parkhills,mo

Georgina says:

February 1, 2012, 9:37 pm

Whats the big deal let the dead rest you would not want people to come and bug you if you are dead do you?

Rust says:

February 12, 2012, 2:01 pm

Me and some of my “interest” group went out to blackwell one night, right after the tracks when approaching from E there is a road that goes left, we turned down that road and continued down to what appeared to be a church, we parked the car in the parking lot(a large van) there was 8 of us and we started our “ceremony.” We are a group that are free spirited and enjoy orgys so we began our business. It was a pretty scary place not gonna lie.

kim says:

February 5, 2013, 1:02 pm

people here will tell you that Blackwell is not haunted and to stay away,,iv lived here for 13 years and let me tell you it is,,,they dont want people poking around because it stirs things up and we have to live here,,iv never seen a scary movie that can compare to the reality of Blackwell and my place i would sell in a heart beat if i dident owe so much,, we have had 3 different paranormal groups here and all walked away happy and a little scared, its not the grave yards or the old houses that are haunted,,but the woods and fields,, its not wise to look for them here,,some say they are demons, some say ghosts or familiar spirits,,never the less,,its intelligent haunting s and they know your name.you just might walk away damaged or at least a little bit ptsd. dont go looking for the devil,, you just might find it here and the repercussions can be devastating.

Maddi says:

September 27, 2014, 1:53 am

There is a kind of hidden house right after the bridge to the left when you pass the train tracks. The entrance is in the right corner. I went here with two of my friends, and as we were approaching the house, we saw what seemed like wild dogs chasing another dog, then we heard dogs howling in every direction. Out of nowhere, the howling just stopped, (we’re still not in the house, just walking around it looking at animal bones all around the house) then we hear a dog crying, similar to what you would hear in a dog fight, then what sounded like the dog dying…like painfully. We searched all around, following the sounds of the cries for about ten minutes until it finally stopped. We for some crazy reason still decided to go into the house. I was the first to enter the house. As soon as I walked into the old, decroded house, the howling from all of the other dogs came back, but louder. We still didn’t leave. We walked through the living room, the kitchen, then to a back room where the stairs were directly to our right. Me and one of my other friends heard what seemed like growling above us. We, of course, still did not take the hint, so kept going. My friend who heard the growling with me began going up the stairs with me behind him telling him we needed to go. As he looked back to say something to us then looked back to the top of the stairs, what he described was a dog-like creature with missing oarches of hair looking down at him. Finally, we ran all the way back to the car and obviously have not gone back to that house. Not a paranormal story about Blackwell, but the scariest thing that happened to me there including being chased, watched through a window at 2 in the morning, and having a man run up to our car (we drove off before he could get close enough to us for anything, and it was also night so we saw no details). But yeah…the scariest.

Mindy says:

October 15, 2014, 6:48 pm

I haven’t live in Missouri since 1991. I graduated graduated from SEMO in 1988. I am going to be traveling down in that area over Thanksgiving Weekend to meet some friends in Poplar Bluff. Just might have to check this out. I knew some fun guys from the general area that we are speaking of and they stated in the Towers Complex @ SEMO. I was even asked to go 4 wheeling at the shad (? spelling) mounds? Its been awhile for me so I am probably getting this a little wrongâ?¦.. my email is cptarmygirl@yahoo.com if anyone wants to contact me with additional information for me to check out.

Bon says:

March 28, 2016, 4:06 pm

What’s the address to this place? I would like to visit.

Christine says:

April 12, 2016, 11:56 pm

You all are the crazy ones. I have lived on upper Blackwell rd my entire life. There is nothing haunted about this place. We would appreciate if people stayed off our properties. We are not just visiting the area we live here. The old bridge was unsafe and torn down. We love to fish off the new bridge. The farmer that owns the property next to the bridge is a very nice man but hates when people tresspass and tears his fields up, as this is his hayfields. Please be courteous to all of us you wouldn’t like if people was always trespassing on your property.

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