Get your kicks on Route 666


If you have not gotten enough of 666 today, you have exactly 6 hours, 6 minutes, and 6 seconds to head out to the Herndon area and take a ride on Monroe Street, also known as Virginia Secondary Route 666. In fact, since Virginia’s secondary numbers are not unique to one county, you can probably take a ride on a triple-6 in several different counties across the commonwealth, listening to Slayer as you head down the road!

You may even consider us a bit lucky to have Route 666 in the area. The most famous 666 road, old US 666 out in New Mexico,was changed to US 491 several years ago, partially due to the road being known as the “Devil’s Highway.”

You can make your own route 666 sign (or any other number) at Shields Up!

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