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Haunted Bridges & Overpasses Across South Carolina

It's no surprise that Bridges & Overpasses are known to be haunted - they're often the site of tragic accidents, and lover's quarrels gone awry. It is believed by many that when someone dies unexpectedly, or in a shocking or gruesome manner, their soul imprints on the location of the tragedy. Across South Carolina, there are numerous bridges and overpasses where locals have claimed to see ghostly apparitions, haunted hitchhikers, and the spirits of those who met an untimely demise at that location. Find out where you can spot local ghosts on local bridges below.
 
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  •   Poinsett Bridge Landrum, SC
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    The Poinsett bridge has been abandoned and left to the ghosts. Built in 1820 this fourteen foot Gothic style bridge is no longer safe for public use. Visitors to the area have reported their cars faltered when starting, and they could hear bizarre screams and moans. According to legend, a slave was hanged from the bridge. Some people claim to have heard his screams when near the bridge. Read More

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  •   Cry Baby Bridge Anderson, SC
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    The Cry Baby Bridge is closed off for vehicles, but it is still accessible on foot. All you have to do is walk along the path of Cry Baby Creek, the very same creek where a young mother lost her infant in the waters. If you visit the bridge late at night, you can hear the cries of the child and sometimes you can see the apparition of the young mother, desperately searching for her baby. Read More

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  •   Three Bridges Road Powdersville, SC
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    This road is known to paranormal enthusiasts as the place where a Civil War eria slave named Eloise roams. The story says that Union soldiers killed Eloise's master nearby and the distraught slave was reluctant to leave her master's body. When the soldiers found her mourning his death, they killed her too. Her ghost is said to roam along the road, screaming. Read More

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  •   Jacksonboro Light Hollywood, SC
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    The swinging light on Parkers Ferry road is believed to belong to the ghost of a preacher. According to the story, the preacher went out later at night on a search party for his missing daughter. At some point during the night he was struck and killed by a car. The only thing is, he doesn't seem to know he's dead. You can see his ghost wandering the street, desperately searching for his... Read More

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  •   Bingham's Light Latta, SC
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    According to legend, Bingham's light is the flickering lantern of the man who was killed by a train. It is believed the man was trapped on the tracks and desperately flashed his light in order to attract the attention of oncoming trains. His light can still be seen glowing in the darkness. Read More

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