Devil's Highway

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Devil's Highway or The Devil's Highway may refer to:


  • Devil's Highway (New Mexico) or U.S. Route 491, from its former designation as U.S. Route 666 New Mexico, Colorado and Utah (USA)
  • Devil's Highway (Roman Britain), the Roman road from Londinium (London) to Calleva Atrebatum (Silchester)
  • Devil's Highway (Sonora), also called El Camino del Diablo, a prehistoric and colonial trail through the Sonora Desert in Arizona (USA) and Sonora (Mexico)
  • Route A666 in England, nicknamed the "Devil's Highway" both because of the number 666 and the road's high accident rate

Arts entertainment, and media[edit]

  • Devil's Highway (film), a 2005 horror film directed by Fabien Pruvot
  • The Devil's Highway: A True Story (2004), Luís Alberto Urrea's creative non-fiction book that describes the harrowing May 2001 attempt of 26 men to cross the Mexican border into the desert of southern Arizona, a region known as the Devil's Highway; in 2005, the book was nominated for both the Pulitzer Prize for General Nonfiction and Kiriyama Prize for Nonfiction

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