Examples include the… 1485 Words 6 Pages Believe Modern Urban Legends Many people have heard the tale of the dotty grandmother who tried to dry off her damp poodle by placing it in the microwave oven. This bridge is located on Galehouse Road, between Rogue Hollow Road and Hametown Road. She was also an anthropology major who has had contact with local folklorists in the past. The bridge is located closer to the intersection with Rome South Road. Unfortunately, it is said the buses occupants all drowned before rescuers arrived. It is said that at night, when your drive over it, you can hear the sound of a baby crying.
Anyway, Doylestown has its own Cry Baby Bridge. To her the baby is not a living being but merely everything that has gone wrong with her life. I have seen mist come up from the river, gather on the bridge, take the form of a human shape, and move toward me, but it looked nothing like this picture. There's a story that he escaped from the federal research facility for the department of agriculture, which is 5 miles down the road from my house. There is wood runners the width of a vehicle on it. I also am from salem. The lights in the house nearby were off and the trailers that sit along the creek there were vacant at the time.
They walked across the bridge noting that it is completely flat at both ends and in the middle. At the end, he did go back and add things he had forgotten, such as the boy living on the farm at the end of the road. I had no information on what year the child died or who the child was. I always hear people say that you will move slowly across the bridge if you put you car in neutral, and you do, but I've only ever gone one direction, south, if I park in the middle. Then, according to some sources, the doors may lock spontaneously and the apparition of the woman may appear.
The bridge was in the middle of no where and my friends and I would go out there during the summer armed with camcorders to try and catch it. Not knowing where to turn, she goes to the bridge, drowns her baby, and jumps in after; ending her own life. The story goes that some children died around the bridge accounts vary as to whether their death was accidental or intentional , and that at night their cries can be heard and a woman can be seen walking along the edge of the woods. The results of the late-eighties makeover were amazing. Or are they the screams of the poor Melon Head children, who were burned alive in an orphanage fire near this bridge? And no, I'm not sure that he is an embodiment of the devil or satan, but I can't be sure. She dropped the baby and it fell into the waters below.
It is a railroad bridge located next to a church. I think something must have happened there for these photos to have happened. See also the Wikipedia Article. This article possibly contains unsourced , speculative material, or accounts of events that might not occur. Animals can make some pretty amazing sounds, especally if they are being hurt or hunted.
Reed was uncertain what the future held for him, as rumors were spreading that his secluded house, along with others in the desolate 11200 to 11400 block of the road were going to be sold in the very near future. A friend and myself arrived at the bridge around 11 pm and we sat and listened to the wind and the river, at first nothing and then we heard what did sound like a baby crying. The mother jumped into the water to save her baby, but both of them drowned. For the most part, the person crying is a baby. As far as the story and the name of the bridge goes, that's something those guys the Wilburns made up right after the road was paved. I feel like there's a Cry Baby Bridge in every town. You did a nice job with telling the story though.
As she opened the door, she walked in on him with another girl. The walkway connected to the bridge pictured here was not built until 1929. A whole lot more babies were made back there than the other way around! From the Reader's Digest publication ca 1990 , Strange Stories and Amazing Facts, around page 350 or so, it is said Jack first appeared around 1837, and could aim fire and such from his eyes and spit flames at people. That never ceases to amaze me. On this blog there are two other Cry Baby Bridge stories shared and. . I cant understand the migration to Canada but not Texas - any insights? I've heard the legend so many times in various states but I've never really thought about why.
Railroad tracks lie 25 feet below the bridge, and at least 36 people are said to have been reported dead on or around the Maud Hughes Road Bridge. However, in their book Weird U. The bridge spans Silver Creek. To provide a better website experience, exemplore. Hu also working hard day and night. Its surrounded by trees and it can be very creepy at night but for most of the year its just a place for the local kids to mess around and be kids. I have never been there myself but I knew a bunch of people who went there in high school.
There are probably some variety in the story but it usually always involves a baby being thrown off the bridge. A view from the top of the bridge looking down to the muddy Tuscarawas River. He was a little bit older than some of the other boys down there and he liked to tell these stories and he is the one who started calling it Crybaby Bridge. The barrier is not clearly visible from Egypt Road, and chances are that you'll pass it before you see it. It is said that honking the horn three times will elicit a response from the ghostly children.
A new concrete bridge constructed parallel to Crybaby serves that purpose. After that a few families began to look around here and that's when the Wilburns and the Huffs and the Marshalls all moved in. If you can't explain it away in that fashion then more than likely its paranormal. Legends tend to arise… 1537 Words 7 Pages Jordan Groll American Society: Urban Legends in the Classroom What is it about America that causes students and people to crave an education? Then, it has one at 25:56. Note: Another crybaby bridge can be found in this area.