It may look like any stretch of road in the English countryside. But...I assure you it isn't.
This particular road links the Staffordshire, England towns of Hednesford and Rugeley, and cuts right through the heart of the Cannock Chase - a locale I have written about on many occasions and which is an absolute hotbed of high-strangeness.
But, there's something about this specific part of the road that is particularly intriguing.
You'll see the bus-stop on the right of the picture.
It's right around here - where there is a downhill turning to the left which leads to the tiny old hamlet of Slitting Mill - that there has been a deep concentration of weirdness for years.
In 1972, a man named Nigel Lea saw a definitive ghostly black dog right here.
Three years later, a family encountered on the road what they described as a number of "hairy trolls."
And, in 1995, a woman named Jackie Houghton witnessed a large, shambling Bigfoot-type beast make its way across the road at the very place where I took the accompanying photo.
Although the Cannock Chase is undeniably weird - period - there are several "hot-spots" on the Chase, such as this one, which stand out and practically scream "Window Area" or "Portal"...