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Lick Road, The Legend of Amy, and The Linda Dyer Connection
Seeks Ghosts: Ohio’s Lick Road
Lick Road is home to the legend of Amy, a 30 year old woman said to have been killed here by her boyfriend. There are two paths at the end of the road, both gated, leading into the preserve. The path to the right goes through a field, the path to the left leads into the woods, to a small bridge crossing a creek. It is at this bridge that Amy is said to have been killed. Depending on who you ask, you may hear screams in the night, hear footsteps, or catch a glimpse of a woman in white walking by. Not to mention an old urban legend staple…that if you park facing the path, shut off your engine, and flash your lights 3 times, an orb or an apparition will come towards you down the path.
12080 Lick Rd
Located just outside of Cincinnati, Lick Road is the home of mysterious legends. A ghost named Amy is said to haunt the end of the long, desolate road. There are many tales of how Amy had died, but the most popular is that she was murdered at either the cul-de-sac or at the nearby bridge by her boyfriend.
Post a Comment. Pages Home Favorite Posts Contact. This road is narrow and winds through dense woods, it then takes drivers down a steep hill. It runs from Kemper to the backside of the Richardson Forest Preserve. Many will not take this route at night for it is an unsafe drive but more avoid it because of the ghost that lurks nearby.