In Germany, construction began on a roadway around 1929-1930 between Bremen and Bremerhaven. During that year, at mile marker 239, there were more than 100 accidents on that straight piece of highway. It became known as the Highway of Death.
On September 7, 1930, nine cars wrecked at that exact marker in one day. Survivors mentioned an odd sensation in their stomachs, as if they were "toppling a hill at great speeds", and then their cars were "pulled" suddenly off the road.
Theories include a powerful magnetic current at that location, or possibly even a curse. Sources say that the accidents stopped after the mile marker was extracted from its location...and other sources say the accidents stopped when a box of "small copper things" was buried there.
It's still an interesting phenomenon to think about. That's a lot of accidents occurring at the same location.
Hope everyone has a fabulous weekend!