Satanists, slaughtered children, deranged mental patients, mutant animals, and even a road to hell and a haunted cemetery – Helltown's has it all. It's named Helltown, after all.
In fact, the town used to be called Boston before switching its name to Helltown. Which is more fitting, unless you're a Yankees fan, in which case they're synonyms. Ever since the National Park Service started purchasing homes in 1974 to clear way for the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Helltown's been mostly burnt down and boarded up houses. People's imaginations ran wild with the surroundings, but honestly, it's hard to blame them.
Helltown includes the Satanist church full of upside-down crosses, which is said to have hosted many animal (maybe even human?) sacrifices; there's also an escaped mental patient roaming the woods, of course, who managed to murder a bus full of children. Both the murderer and the murderees occasionally appear in said abandoned school bus. And, to top it off, there’s a mutant “Peninsula Python”, a legendary snake allegedly created by a chemical spill. The serpent is so revered, it even gets its own holiday: the annual Python Day.