Colorado — The Denver Airport is a Satanic Temple
via: Sinister Sites
Long story short, when they were building this they ran out of money and many crews had to complete the whole job.
Because of this hodge-podge, apparently the whole thing is supposedly riddled with occult and Satanic symbols.
Oh! And The airport runways also apparently resemble a Swastika.
Have a nice flight!
Connecticut — The Melon Heads
What goes there? Myth states that the creatures are escapees of an insane asylum that burnt to the ground, and that their strange appearance is due to subsequent cannibalism and inbreeding.
They sound delightful.
Delaware — Mr. Chews
Once upon a time there was a Dover judge by the name of Samuel Chews who people mocked for his last name.
(Fake sneeze and say, “Ah, Chew!” See?)
Even after his death, the mocking continued, with some of the townspeople warning that taunting the dead could bring ill omens to the town. Bingo!
Mr. Chews was said to personally haunt everyone who had made fun of him, and set them into uncontrollable fits of sneezing.
Florida — The Devil's Chair
via: Unexplained Research
Crack open a beer and journey to the cemetery in the tiny town of Cassadaga, where you will find the “devil’s chair” where Satan likes to chill every so often.
It’s actually a graveside bench where, according to popular belief, if you leave an open beer, it will be emptied by morning.
Georgia — Baby Bridge
A poor farming family was expecting a fifth child, and the husband knew they didn’t have enough money to care for it. The doctor agreed to “secretly” kill the baby immediately after its birth, which he did by throwing it off a bridge.
Now, according to legend, if you drive to the bridge on a full moon and sprinkle baby powder around your car you will see tiny footprints in the powder and hear the distant sound of a baby crying.