A street in the US state of Michigan has won the dubious honour of being chosen as the most bizarrely named of more than 2,500 entries.
Other entries included Clinton and Fidelity streets and Zzyzx Road
Psycho Path won first prize in a competition run by an American website.
Divorce Court (off Easy Lane) in Pennsylvania and Farfrompoopen Road in Tennessee were runners-up in the Wild, Weird and Wacky Street Names contest.
In the US, owners of private roads can register whatever name they choose with the local authorities.
Marty Padgett, editor of thecarconnection.com, said "Psycho Paths" were apparently popular in the US, after receiving several similar entries.
"I don't think they're mad on Psycho Path. If it is your property you can name private roads whatever you want.
"Psycho Path was that person's personal expression," he said.
Heading for Divorce Court
Some of the top entries occurred where two streets intersected - for example Stroke and Acoma streets in a retirement area of Wisconsin, or Lonesome and Hardup roads in Georgia.
TOP FIVE STREET NAMES
1. Psycho Path
2. Divorce Court
3. Farfrompoopen Road
4. Clinton and Fidelity streets
5. Unexpected Road
Mr Padgett said his favourite was the intersection of Clinton and Fidelity streets in Houston, Texas.
"As far as bodily functions are concerned, you would probably not want to pass by Farfrompoopen Road.
"We are told it is the only way to get to Arkansas' Constipation Ridge."
All the street names were checked to ensure they were registered and not made up, including the macabre Shades of Death Road and the unpronounceable Zzyzx Road.
Mr Padgett said one reason for the bizarre listings could be that in some communities, developers simply ran out of names.
Jeff Zellar has lived in Pennsylvania's Divorce Court with his second wife for a few years.
"People laugh when they hear it. They ask: 'Are you planning on staying married?'
"In Divorce Court, there are seven homes - and probably six of us have been divorced already once. When we first moved in, my wife said: 'This sounds like trouble.'"
Mr Zellar is still married.
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David Meade, Sharpsburg, GA, USA
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Mary Anne, White Plains, NY