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The Crossroad, Clarksdale

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TripAdvisor
  • This spot carries quite a legend but it also carries a lot of traffic. There is a nice marker, but you will not be able to get close to it unless you want to get flattened by a truck.  more »
  • Nothing really to see here - just a typical small town intersection with an oversized sign. If the Devil was here he must have been doing something else and just wandered over. There is a barbeque res...  more »
  • It's not how you imagine it to be. You can't really stop and get a picture. We pulled into the garage across the street and it's a little 'rough'. Not what I expected.  more »
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  • The best-known of numerous sites claiming to be the Devil's Crossroads where Robert Johnson sold his soul to the Devil for guitar prowess. Today, the site is a busy intersection of two busy roads in Clarksdale. The monument is unremarkable.
  • Just a crossroads. But that's the one where Robert Johnson sold his soul to the devil! There is a big sign and you can take pictures. Nothing more - just the legend.
  • I went to the crossroads. Got down on my knee. -Robert Johnson
  • The place where Robert Johnson sold his soul to be a good blues musician - very impressive
  • Just to take a look and a classic picture. Nothing much else to see there.