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Cry Baby Bridge

"Legend has it that on driving over Cry Baby Bridge on a late night may be the last decision you ever make.  As your car drives over the road, slowly approaching the other side, the lights cut off.  Darkness envelops the car, and all that can be heard is the crying of a baby in the distance..."

"Cry Baby Bridge in Saraland, Alabama is said to be one of the most haunted and fable-centric sights in America. As the story goes, a post-Civil War Plantation nearby had it’s set of secrets. When the plantation owner caught his wife in the arms of his biggest and strongest of slaves, the husband had the man chained to a tree and his hands cut off with a knife so he could never touch his lady again. When the woman found that she was to have the slave man’s child, she carried him to term then drown him in the creek under the bridge. The woman and child are still heard crying out for comfort, while the father has been seen wandering the woods, in search for his son or his love. "

-Amanda Herman

"Legend has it that on driving over Cry Baby Bridge on a late night may be the last decision you ever make.  As your car drives over the road, slowly approaching the other side, the lights cut off.  Darkness envelops the car, and all that can be heard is the crying of a baby in the distance.  Next, fingers scratching against your car, fingers belonging to a mother forced to wander the night, looking for her lost child.  Lastly you will see the dark figure looming in the distance.  As soon as you can make out the figure, it’s too late, the crying baby’s father has already has you.  If you find yourself driving over this bridge late on an Alabama evening, make sure to speed over it as quickly as you can."

-Sean Herman

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