To find out more, go to JudicullaRock(dot)com, North Carolina Ghost Stories And Legends, Appalachian History, Atlas Obscura and North Carolina History Project.
The site is located near the end of a short country road. This roadside sign stands at the start of a gravel walkway which leads down toward the rock.
The walkway leads to a wooden platform, from which the main face of the rock may be viewed.
Here's one view of the rock.
Here's another view, from a different angle.
Behind the viewing platform, the walkway continued downhill, but led to a metal gate with a "no trespassing" sign. I retreated uphill to the road and drove away. After finding a place to park myself for the night, I started planning my course to another place I wanted to see, which is even further south. This other destination, of course, will be the subject of a post in the near future.