The OES visited Lick Road on October 25, 2003. 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 died, but the most popular is that she was murdered at the cul-de-sac or at a nearby bridge by her boyfriend. There are multiple legends surrounding Amy's death and her afterlife. Witnesses have reported hearing footsteps following them in the wood at the bridge where Amy was supposedly burered. Others have even spotted a ghostly girl in all white walking the grounds. Another legend is that if one flicks their headlights at the sign as you turn onto Lick Road, you can see "Amy" written on the sign. We did not witness this phenomenon during our visit. We did, however, see "Amy" written on the sign at the end of the road but it was only graffiti, not paranormal. Some say when you're parked at the cul-de-sac, you can hear a woman's scream coming from the field. The most popular legend related to Amy's ghost is that the word "HELP" will form in the condensation on the window of your car when parked at the cul-de-sac. We also tested this claim during our visit to no avail. It was a rainy and foggy night when we were there but nothing unusual happened. Several vehicles came to the road's end, most turning away when they spotted us standing in the field. Even though nothing happened the night we were at Lick Road, there may be something to the story. We have received numerous reports from first-hand witnesses about unexplainable events taking place on Lick Road. To read more on the first-hand accounts, click here.